The image was taken by a former director of communications for Israel and spread by a pro-Israel lobby group to smear Palestinians.
Israel lobby groups have used claims of ‘rising antisemitism’ based on shoddy data to try to ban pro-Palestine protests.
Israel has killed more than 3,100 Palestinian children since October 7, but many journalists have still not called for a ceasefire.
Media and political focus on Cafe Landwer is another attempt to equate anti-Zionism with antisemitism as a means to smear Palestinians.
A variety of Canadian columnists, editorial boards, panellists and hosts have called for and/or supported Israel’s brutal actions.
Palestinians are constantly subjected to a level of scrutiny never applied to supporters of the civilian-slaughtering apartheid state.
Last week, I asked if Freeland is a fraud or a Nazi sympathizer. Yesterday, she offered an unconvincing response.
A true reckoning with the soft-on-Nazis approach that has become increasingly common in media and politics is long overdue.
“We know what the so-called root causes (of crime) are ... Poverty, lack of access to education, lack of access to a living wage and lack of access to justice.”