Canadian law makes it illegal to recruit soldiers for a foreign state. but the line between enticing impressionable young people to oppress Palestinians and formal recruitment is unclear. Now, activists are calling on the government to investigate the Israeli consulate for recruiting Canadians into the Israel’s military, and possible military recruitment inside of Toronto schools.
There is a pressing need for a serious discussion of how and why Palestinian concerns are often dismissed and marginalized in progressive spaces.
When will Israeli nationalists in North America completely discredit themselves by overusing their power to crush those who defend Palestinians? Fortunately, every cancel and smear campaign it wages alienates some new people and opens others’ eyes.
Mr. Trudeau, when you go before the UN to recognize the “devastating legacy” of the colonization of Canada by the white man, which took place without the consent and participation of indigenous peoples, how can you continue to be a Zionist? One can only assume two things: either you are openly hypocritical, or you are fundamentally ignorant.
CODEPINK is calling on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation to release a statement recognizing the legitimacy of Palestine, and the Palestinian struggle for freedom and equality.
A new survey conducted by EKOS Research Associates shows that an overwhelming majority of Canadians would support International Criminal Court (ICC) investigation of Israel.
Over 2,000 people have written to the CBC to condemn its deletion of the word Palestine and its subsequent apology for uttering the word Palestine. Despite this public outcry, the Canadian publicly funded broadcaster continues to protest that the word Palestine falls outside its language standards.
CBC Radio host Duncan McCue issued an on-air apology for using the word “Palestine” in an interview on the Public Broadcaster’s flagship current affairs show.
A CBC Radio report covers Palestinians escaping the West Bank to visit the beach in Jaffa as a cheery coexistence story rather than a result of the Israeli occupation.