Canada: ‘Anti-racism’ consultant hired by Heritage Department-funded agency repeatedly made anti-Semitic comments – IOTW Report

Canada: ‘Anti-racism’ consultant hired by Heritage Department-funded agency repeatedly made anti-Semitic comments

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In April, the Community Media Advocacy Centre began creating an “anti-racism strategy” for Canadian media with financial assistance from the federal government.

It has since been revealed that senior consultant, Syrian-born “pro-Palestinian” activist Laith Marouf, has previously made numerous anti-Semitic comments on Twitter.

Marouf’s Twitter account is currently protected, however a number of tweets were leaked, and shared by Jewish author and speaker Aviva Klompas. more


4 Comments on Canada: ‘Anti-racism’ consultant hired by Heritage Department-funded agency repeatedly made anti-Semitic comments

  1. York University in Toronto (north) was the only school I refused to let either of my kids go to for a very similar reason to the above story.

    Very anti Jewish, constant labour strikes from profs, to TA’s, To support staff. Most of the Staff support BDS. Boycott, Divestment, Sactions Israel.

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  2. @KCIR – Found hub’s text books from Toronto’s York University Political Science courses in the 1970s where he got his degree through evening classes. Every single one was communist propaganda, a lot about South American countries. Not one single conservative tome! It was the 70s, he needed his degree, he gave them what they wanted on paper but railed against them in class. Our family histories are from a formerly Soviet-occupied country so he knew the truth because our parents lived it and told us all about that horror.

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