That’s the obvious conclusion, since they refused to charge the Muslims of Calgary for posting that and other “hate speech” on their website — and B’nai Brith went to the cops, after stealing my husband’s scoop.
Sources tell us that Calgary cops told them why:
“The Muslims of Calgary are the ‘good guy’ Muslims.”
It is true that Canada has not “suffered scenes of bloody violence,” but one remembers that $5 million was spent on a “Commission on Systemic Racism in the Ontario Criminal Justice System” after Stephen Lewis got excited by a few cars being damaged on Yonge Street. On April 5  however, during a march of 1,000 Muslims in downtown Calgary, the chant “death to the Jews” was heard.”
“AFTER 1,000 pro-Palestinian demonstrators–“angry and chanting,” according to the Calgary Sun--“surged” towards the Harry Hays federal building and then the U.S. Consulate April 5, march organizer Nagah Hage pleaded with them. “Islam means peace,” he said. But “Islam” does not mean “peace,” and it was reported that the mob chanted “Death to the Jews.” Have Muslim immigrants brought their tribal hatreds to Canada?
Mark Steyn writes to inform this column that he condemned Calgary’s “death to the Jews” march in both the April 14 London Sunday Telegraph and the April 15 National Post.
He reports, “I received the usual flurry of correspondence stating that the incident didn’t happen, and, even if it did, it was irresponsible to mention it as it risked exposing members of ‘the Palestinian-Canadian community’ to a racist backlash.” One still awaits the condemnations of Jean Chretien, Ralph Klein and Stephen Harper. What’s their excuse?