Then again, maybe not:
The elephant in the room is that, in 2017, many anti-Jewish incidents have been the handiwork of Canadian Muslims, sometimes even claiming to act or speak in the name of Islam. In the past 12 months, no fewer than four Canadian mosques — two in Montreal, and one each in Toronto and Vancouver — have been exposed as sites of vile anti-Jewish hatred, including for making claims that Jews are “filthy,” “people of treachery and betrayal,” and even “the worst of mankind.”
Just a few weeks ago, Quebec prosecutors decided not to lay charges against a Montreal imam, Sayed al-Ghitawi, who called on God to “destroy the accursed Jews,” to “kill them one by one” and “not to leave any one of them alive.” Imagine the outrage if a priest or pastor were caught on video making similar comments about Muslims at a Canadian church.
Unfortunately, M-103 risks exacerbating the already lackadaisical public attitude toward these anti-Semitic outrages.You know what else risks exacerbating it? The influx of immigrants/refugees from Muslim lands, which is mushrooming, and which resulted in the number of Muslims in Canada exceeding the number of Jews by a ratio of 3 to 1.