Toronto Crowd Cheers Young Boy’s Hate Speech

(CAMERA) The hateful incitement offered by Elias Hazineh, the former president of Palestine House in suburban Toronto, at an Al Quds rally in Toronto has attracted a lot of attention, as well it should. The man openly called for the murder of Israelis in the public square of Toronto.

At the same rally, a young boy who could not have been much older than 11 or 12 years old described the Jewish state as the enemy of humanity. No, that is not an exaggeration. He said it: “Israel is an illegal, terrorizing racist group which works for the destruction of humanity and peace in the world.” During his rant, he referred to Israel as “cancers.” This is incitement to the destruction of the Jewish state.

And the crowd cheered him on.

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  1. Publisher says

    From Steve Sheffey:

    Some try to romanticize the Palestinian youth who throw rocks, but the reality is that the stone-throwing is symptomatic of “the toxic culture of victimhood among Palestinians, the abject failure of adult leadership, and the potential consequences for the peace process.” Read more in Micah Stein’s Open Zion article, What’s Wrong With Throwing Rocks?

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