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Hate crime in Willowdale? Police are investigating whether the removal of mezuzot from door posts and sticky notes with anti-Semitic slurs posted on Jewish residents’ doors at a condo in northern Toronto was a hate crime.
B.C. anti-Semite has appeal rejected: The British Columbia Supreme Court has rejected the appeal of a Quesnel, B.C., man who wrote on his website that Jews should be forcibly sterilized.
Punch a zionist redux: An update to the now infamous “punch a zionist” story is that the executive of the McGill Students’ Society has recommended that the controversial tweeter Igor Sadikov resign.
Canadian Jewish leadership strangely silent: The leaders of the Canadian Jewish community should step up when it comes to solidarity efforts with the Muslim community, Bernie Farber writes in his latest column.
Muslims helping Jews: Muslim activists in St. Louis, Mo., launched a crowdfunding campaign to support the repair of a Jewish cemetery that was vandalized over the weekend. By this morning, the campaign has raised more than $66,000 (US), more than triple its initial target.
People like celebrities: Donations to the aforementioned crowdfunding campaign tripled after British author J.K. Rowling tweeted that the campaign was “a beautiful thing.”