It is that time of year for members of JDL , supporters and friends gather to discuss issues, light the Menorah, eat some great food and grow stronger.
Dr. Andrew Bostom will be joining us as the evening’s guest speaker. Bostom is one of the world’s foremost authorities on Islamic anti-Semitism, sharia and jihad. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear him talk about these and other urgent issues.
JDL Chanukah Freedom Party
Monday December 2, 7:30 pm
Toronto Zionist Center 788 Marlee Avenue
The tickets for the lecture are $20 – you can reserve your ticket here.
Here’s why this event is so important:
A recent PEW STUDY has revealed serious problems within the North American Jewish Community. As Jews become less attached to their roots, they begin to work against their own people. Consider one of the major Jewish organizations in Canada, known as CIJA.
That organization recently justified their participation at a J Space conference that had Peter Beinhart as their keynote speaker. Peter Beinhart calls for a Boycott of Jewish settlements/towns in Judea And Samaria.
CIJA even asked the Jewish Community not to publicly protest against expressions of Jew hatred and public demands for the destruction of Israel. The leader of J Space defends radical Islamist that support Iran and Hezbollah. On campus, the most vocal against Israel are so called left wing Jewish students. And the Hillel groups remain silent.
Furthermore, there is recruitment within the Syrian Canadian community to join the so called rebels (Al Qaeda) in Syria. Islamic Conferences in Toronto provide platforms for pro Hamas speakers, while Islamic groups in Canada help fund terror groups like Hamas. Some Jewish leaders have even spoken at these Islamic conferences.
And it is the mission of the Jewish Defence League to expose and confront these dangers.
The central message of Chanukah is that a small minority of Jews took action against danger to the Jewish State and People. Radical Islam is a threat to the Free World.
Join us on December 2 for an evening of celebration and solidarity.
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