The university’s lawyer faxed a letter to the rabbi at his synagogue, demanding he take down the item from his website.
So Galloway and his fellow Hamas supporters were free to have the run of the university. Shoukri even provided them with security.
But if Torontonians dared counter-protest, they could be charged with crimes, as the university is private property and protests by non-students could lead to disturbing the peace or trespassing charges.
And then there’s the icing on the cake: Lewis demanded a written apology from Rabbi Hoch for making “untrue” statements which hurt the reputation of Shoukri and the university.
UPDATE: from the unedited version…
A Jew named Seymour Schulich donated $27 million to their business school. A Jew named Barry Sherman gave $5 million to their health centre. The late Milton Harris and his family – he was a president of the Canadian Jewish Congress – broke the $5 million mark, too. In fact, all of York’s biggest donors are Jews.
If you’re a Jew who gives Shoukri lots of money, he’ll name a building after you. If you’re a Jew who protests Hamas sympathizers, he’ll threaten to sue you.