Ramadan is know statistically as the month in which the Muslims commit disproportionally high number of atrocities and terrorist acts. On one hand, that’s the way they want to shove the teachings of their false prophet down others’ throats; on the other hand, that’s the time when most of the donations are made, so the vandals and terrorists are best financed to fight the kafirs.
What is ramadan without a good Jew-bashing? It was just reported that the Beth Tikvah/Robbins Hebrew Academy building has been defaced. Some Muslim animal “decorated” it with a swastika and the slogan “Islam will rule”. This is a test for the Toronto authorities – are they going to take any action or just ignore the Islamic barbarity? Let’s not forget that on Sunday a photographer was assaulted on Dundas square by a rabid Muslim woman and the police refused to charge her.
Here is the complete statement of Rabbi Jarrod Grover from Beth Tikvah:
Dear Friends, I am saddened to report to you that our synagogue has been the victim of a pro-Islamic anti-Semitic vandal. Just about an hour ago, we discovered the attached spray-painted message across the southern wall of the Beth Tikvah/Robbins Hebrew Academy building. We have notified the police and they will draw up a report, and I also wanted to immediately notify our membership.
I have always been proud to be a rabbi on Bayview Avenue where there are so many synagogues, mosques, churches and temples. Our communities of faith speak from different traditions, but join together to promote acts of kindness, fellowship, and charity. This kind of hatred has no place on this street, in this city, or in this country. I call upon our Muslim neighbours, and all those outraged by these pictures, to condemn this behaviour and to speak out against anti-Semitism and vandalism.
This time of year is set aside to remember the destruction of our Temple in Jerusalem many centuries ago. Attacks like these remind us that we remain vulnerable so long as the world is still plagued by religious arrogance, intolerance and hatred.
Rabbi Jarrod Grover