They couldn’t give a damn about the Palestinians, and see their plight as another way to extend their own ideology. Good Lord, some of them even pretend to be Iranian when they’re not. I interviewed one of the Al-Quds Day organizers some years ago, and knew him to be Pakistani. He lied to my face, because being Iranian is apparently way sexier in the Islamic fanatic community.
There may well also be Hezbollah flags flown. This internationally recognized terrorist group is illegal in Canada and is also playing a central role in the Syrian massacres that we read about every day.
Imagine, for example, a large group of people waving Paul Bernardo flags, or Nazi banners.
As you read, this I’ll be speaking to 800 Catholics in Winnipeg. No terror, no hatred, no screaming for blood.
Religions aren’t all the same.
Really, really not the same.
My husband has posted the organizers’ bus schedule, which shows that “the operators of the East End Madrassah, famed for its Nazi curriculum, the ISIJ are in the thick of things again this year…”
In another email, “Toronto’s Shia community are adamant that Zionists are killing the Shia in Pakistan. It doesn’t get any crazier than that.”