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Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Watch: Pro-Palestinian Muslim woman complains about life in Canada "I'm not a Canadian"

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The Annual Walk for Al-Quds was held in Toronto, Canada on May 31, 2019. ‘Quds Day’ is a day Iran created as a platform for terror-sympathizers to declare support and loyalty to the terrorist organizations such as Hamas, Hezbollah, the Islamic Jihad and the Revolutionary Guards in Iran.
Iranian-Canadian Participants at Toronto Quds Day Rally told an interviewer that she does not consider herself to be Canadian because Canada is a "white-supremacist, colonialist, racist project" much like Israel. Agari describes herself as a poet and an artist, and she is currently studying human rights and equity studies at York University.
It is a real shame that in Toronto, and in broad daylight, a hateful march against a Jewish minority takes place on an annual basis.
Al Quds Day march should be banned in the West.
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