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CJN contributor Salma Siddiqui makes the case that one must be free to criticize Islamism (she clarifies that this means political Islam) without fear of being branded an Islamophobe.
A McGill University student leader responsible for the now infamous tweet “punch a Zionist today” apparently said at a student union legislative council meeting last week that Jews were not “a legitimate ethnic group.”
Canadian regulators hope to quash the sale of Israel-based binary options, which have reportedly fleeced thousands of investors around the world.
Disney has severed its relationship with a popular YouTube star after one of his videos featured anti-Semitic content.
A newspaper in the Dominican Republic has had to apologize for mistakenly running, alongside a picture of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a photo of actor Alec Baldwin parodying President Donald Trump instead of Trump himself.
Apparently, Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner once lent Benjamin Netanyahu his bed. But who hasn’t?