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Earlier today JDL-Canada organized another protest against the planned return to our country of the convicted terrorist and murderer Omar Khadr. The protest took place in front of Toronto’s Sony Centre, where the President of Israel Shimon Peres was scheduled to speak.
Unlike the last week’s protest, which went practically unnoticed by the Muslims, today we saw a crowd of Arabs and lefties across the street.
They came up with the marvellous idea to seal up their mouths with duct tape, which kept things quiet for a while, but that didn’t last.
It was easy to spot in the crowd our old “friends” from previous pro-Muslim rallies. There was Miss TDSB, who last summer organized the event in support of the Muslim prayers in the Valley Park public school:
The bearded guy from the same event was there as well, although this time he chose to wear Western clothes:
The organizers of the Israeli Apartheid Week didn’t miss the opportunity to show up either:
And what “Palestinian” event would be complete without the useful lefty idiots? Here is one of the five or so protesters, who hang out every Friday in front of the Israeli Consulate:
Somebody from that self-hating group even brought a “Jews against Israel’s War Crimes” sign:
As I said, things were relatively quiet for a while, but the arrival of Shimon Peres and his entourage put an end to the silence.
The Arabs started to scream, chant and shout. After observing them for a while, JDL responded in a way that was more humorous than angry:
The “Palestinians” didn’t miss the opportunity to state clearly their political preferences. The sign calling for release of the child killers and terrorists from the Israeli jails was prominently displayed, although it called those people “political prisoners”:
They didn’t forget the flag with the Temple Mount mosque, which clearly showed what they intend to do with Jerusalem (I wonder what the Arabic words on the flag mean):
Everybody had a great time (at least those on the JDL side). Arabs are not allowed to have good time, otherwise they may offend Old Mo. There is one good thing about looking at those angry people – it keeps you on your toes and never lets you forget what the real intentions of those people are.
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