JDL calls on the Government of Canada to enforce the law, as BDS charity plans “sticky note” campaign

To the attention of the Honourable Minister For Public Safety, Ralph Goodale:

It has come to the attention of the Jewish Defence League of Canada that an Ottawa based organization with charitable donation status, Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East, is asking Canadians to damage sales of Israeli products that are sold in Canada.

This BDS group has stated: ” CJPME’s campaign invites Canadians from across the country to sign up for a packet of free ‘Boycott Israel’ sticky notes. CJPME invites Canadians to go to local stores and post these on Israeli merchandise, thus warning potential buyers against buying products from Israel.”

The Jewish Defence League of Canada is calling on your office to advise the RCMP to enforce the law. Conspiring with other groups and persons to willfully damage business  premises and impeding people from carrying on normal business — together with the new form of antisemitism — must be stopped.

The Jewish Defence League will also be advising the Canada Revenue Agency of the above.

We hope that your office will see fit to take necessary action to correct this situation.

Thank You,

Meir Weinstein
National Director, Jewish Defence League of Canada