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Author Archives: Jonathan D. Halevi

Jonathan D. Halevi
Lt. Col. (ret.) Jonathan D. Halevi is co-founder and editor of CIJnews and a senior researcher of the Middle East and radical Islam at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. He is also a co-founder of the Orient Research Group Ltd.

Abdullah Antepli says arguing that “Islam is nothing but peace” is a “shallow argument”

Beth Avraham Yoseph of Toronto (BAYT), The Joseph and Faye Tanenbaum Synagogue Centre, invites the public to participate in an interfaith dialogue with Imam Abdullah Antepli and Rabbi Daniel Korobkin, a s senior rabbi at the BAYT.

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Toronto protest supports the Palestinian Intifada, calls for elimination of Israel

Speakers at the Toronto protest in support of the hunger strike of the Palestinian “political prisoners” (convicted terrorists, according to Israel) that took place on Saturday, May 13, 2017, in front of the Israeli Consulate in Toronto, led the crowd in chanting slogans in support of the Palestinian Intifada, the liberation of Palestine and the elimination of Israel.

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Toronto protest in support of Palestinian “political prisoners”/ convicted terrorists

Around 400 people held on Saturday, May 13, 2017 a protest in front of the Israeli Consulate in Toronto in support of the what they called the Palestinian “political prisoners” in Israeli jails who started on April 17, 2017 a hunger strike.

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Syed Soharwardy says jihad has a war aspect, certain ethics and requirements

Imam Syed Soharwardy of Calgary, the head of the Calgary-based Islamic Supreme Council of Canada and the founder of Muslims Against Terrorism, is often invited by CBC as a guest expert to discuss issues related to terrorism and radicalization. He is introduced as a moderate voice in the Muslim community who “has worked to prevent the radicalization of youth in ...

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Questions raised over ruling on religious discrimination

An adjudicator with the Human Rights Tribunal awarded a Muslim couple $12,000 because of the couple’s claim that their Christian landlord discriminated against them based on their creed, failed to accommodate their religious practices and harassed them by creating a “poisoned housing environment”.

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