JDL Canada @Toronto Star: 'leading Jewish advocacy'

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JDL Canada @Toronto Star: 'leading Jewish advocacy'

Thus Meir Weinstein must be on drugs... he published a letter in the Star today claiming to be the leading Jewish voice in Canada:


And why, pray tell, is the Star giving him a platform?

Someone should complain.

 Here are a couple of letters that were published about him JDL Canada earlier:



 ( apparently they frightened two women and forced them to leave a Ryerson event, and yet JDL is being hailed as noble and humanitarian )







Wow, I am surprised  The Star published an anti-zionist letter.


The JDL was considered a terrorist organization after a plot to bomb the offices of Arab-American Congressman Darrell Issa. (Palestinian supporter) was discovered.


Biut it was the murder that got the JDL banned:

Alex Odeh was an Arab-American who was killed on October 11, 1985 in a bombing at his office in Santa Ana, California. Odeh was regional director of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee. The Anti-Defamation League and the American Jewish Committee both condemned the murder. In contrast, Irv Rubin, who had become chairman of the JDL the same year, immediately made several public statements in reaction to the incident that took a different tone. "I have no tears for Mr. Odeh," Rubin said. "He got exactly what he deserved." He also said: "My tears were used up crying for Leon Klinghoffer."[5]