Year end message about Palestine House and more, from JDL Canada

The JDL initiative at Palestine House is starting to resonate through the community.

JDL Canada has been engaged in investigating the activities of the pro-terrorist organization Palestine House and has been reporting the activities of this organization to the authorities on a regular basis.

Palestine House is linked to the terror group Hamas and it’s board members advocate and encourage violence towards Jews in Canada. Our work contributed to the Federal Government’s decision to stop funding this organization with taxpayer’s money.  JDL activities, both on the street and in conjunction with police authorities have encouraged other organizations to follow suit.

JDL Canada is committed to working with the appropriate authorities to force this organization to close its doors and send a message to its supporters that Canada is not fertile ground for their hatred.

The Canadian Initiative for Jewish Affairs (CIJA) noticed our initiative and commented about it in Canadian Jewish News.


More about JDL Canada’s Nov 23 vigil outside Palestine House


On Sunday November 23, 2014, in Mississauga, Ontario,  JDL Canada, once again took the lead in confronting and exposing terrorism in Canada.

The vigil / protest at Palestine House was a major success.  Local police and politicians at all three levels of government have been alerted to the growing threat of terror from Palestine House and their network.

The JDL will continue with our efforts to expose the hate and vitriol emanating from this organization until Palestine House is finally shut down.  Please review the following positive media coverage of the JDL protest at Palestine House:

PLUS: please note, below, the words of the song (translation by that was played via loudspeaker by members of the Palestine House in their attempt to disrupt the JDL demonstration:
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Report on JDL Canada’s Nov 23 vigil outside Palestine House (video)


Photo: Mississauga News reports:

A good turnout for the JDL at Palestine House today. They were protesting the glorification of the Har Nof synagogue attackers by that nest of Islamist filth.

Monira Kitmitto, a Palestine House board member, referred to the bloodthirsty murderers, Ghassan and Udai Abu Jamal, as role models.

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Palestine House threatens JDL Canada

From Jonathan Hal Levi’s blog:

Dr. Nazih Khatatba, a board member of the Palestine House and an editor of Toronto-based Meshwar newspaper, posted on his Facebook page an implicit threatening message aimed at the Jewish Defence League (JDL Canada) and pro Israel supporters. After mentioning JDL’s planned (memorial) vigil on Sunday (November 23) in front of the Palestine House in Mississauga, Khatatba wrote the following (translated from Arabic): “You are welcome in the Palestine House if you didn’t learn the lesson from [your] last visit.”

The words “last visit” refer to the demonstration and vigil for the three slain Israeli Yeshiva (Jewish religious school) students, that was organized (July 3, 2014) in front of the Palestine House by the Jewish Defence League. Supporters of the Palestine House using wooden sticks attacked the Jewish and non Jewish pro Israel protesters, injuring few, including one who was taken to hospital. Following Police investigation, charges were laid against two of the pro Palestinian attackers.

JDL Canada memorial vigil at Palestine House: Sun Nov 23, 2pm


This weekend, JDL Canada will hold a memorial vigil at Palestine House for the four Israeli rabbis slaughtered at prayer, and for the brave policeman who died trying to protect the congregation.

Remember: 25 children are now without fathers.

TIME:                2pm
3195 Erindale Station Road, MIssissauga
(Click here for map)

Why Palestine House?

Palestine House is the nerve-centre of support for the terrorist organization Hamas, here in Canada.

Palestine House is on record supporting this most recent horrific civilian massacre and encouraging further terror attacks.

For example, on November 18,  Palestine House board member Dr. Nazih Khatatba criticized the Palestinian President for condemning the Jerusalem Massacre

Dr. Nazih Khatatba, who is also the editor of the Toronto-based Meshwar newspaper and a former senior official (1994-2002) of the Palestinian Authority, posted this cartoon on Facebook.

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[A]n elderly Palestinian mother asking her son (translated from Arabic): “Where are you going Abu al-Izz [literally son of the glory]”. Her son holding a noose replied: “Hanging for a hanging and the one who started it is more unjust.” [The Palestinian Authority blamed Israelis for hanging to death a Palestinian bus driver, Yusuf al-Ramouni, on November 16, 2014. According Israeli police and based on an autopsy, Ramouni committed suicide]. Beneath it two Palestinian armed with  knives dripping of blood are slaughtering Jewish worshippers in a synagogue and one of them is asking: Where are they? [meaning where are the rest of the Jews hiding?]”

Also at the blog Alternative Angles, Jonathan Hal Levi reports that another Palestine House board member, Monira Kitmitto posted the following on her Facebook page (translated from Arabic) on November 18, 2014:

“In al-Quds like in the Galilee, the [West]monira kitmitto facebook post Bank, Gaza and the Negev, in spite of the consecutive tragedies there is a spirit of manhood in the air and heroism on the ground. Ghassan and Udai Abu Jamal [the Palestinian cousins who murdered with a handgun, an axe and a knife 4 rabbis and wounded 8 in Jerusalem massacre], you are role models and an example [for others]. Glory to both of you and to all [others who committed similar operations].”

Monira Kitmitto also posted a poster featuring a man brandishing a long knife and the pictures of terrorists with the caption:

[Ghassan and] Udai Abu Jamal, you are the pride of our nation.”

JDL Canada will be asking the authorities to lay criminal charges against the members of the Board of Directors of Palestine House for their incitement to violence and support for terrorism.

Learn more about this event at our Facebook page.