Pamela Geller in Toronto: December 18, 2017 at 7pm (PLUS: Ezra Levant)

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JDL Canada is proud to announce Pamela Geller’s return to Toronto!

Monday, December 18, 2017 at 7pm
Canada Christian College
50 Gervais Drive, Toronto

PLUS: Exclusive “Meet Pamela Dinner” takes place Sunday, December 17, 2017 at 6pm. Location to be confirmed after registration.

CLICK HERE to purchase your tickets!
General seating: $25
VIP seating: $36
Dinner (includes VIP seat) $180

IMPORTANT SECURITY NOTICE:
Please do NOT bring any bags into the event. Leave such items in your car. Bring photo ID. Come early. We look forward to seeing you!

Author and activist Pamela Geller will talk about the threats she and others have faced for fighting the Islamization of the West.

Following the speech, Ezra Levant from The Rebel will conduct a live interview with Pamela Geller.

The event will also include excerpts from the new documentary Can’t We Talk About This? The Islamic Jihad Against Free Speech.

“Featuring exclusive new interviews with me, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Geert Wilders, Mark Steyn, Douglas Murray, Ezra Levant, Lars Vilks, Garland Muhammad cartoon contest winner Bosch Fawstin, and many other heroes of freedom, it is certain to shock  and awaken many. These interviews reveal events at the attempt to attack Geller and others in Garland, Texas that have never before been made public, and demonstrate how far advanced the war on free speech really is.”

JDL Canada supports Pamela Geller

We are at war and we must be prepared to defend our rights.

Radical Islam dominates many Islamic Groups in North America.

The JDL looks forward to bringing Pamela Geller again to Canada. Since JDL has expanded to other cities in Canada, we would work to host her across Canada.

ISIS is now claiming responsibility for Sunday’s attempted terror attack at the Muhammad Art Exhibit in Garland, Texas and states that future attacks will be planned.

And why wouldn’t ISIS brag about it? Instead of condemning the attackers, the mainstream media has been busy condemning event organizer Pamela Geller for provoking the attacks:

Shalom Toronto reports: JDL Canada gaining support

The weekly community newspaper Shalom Toronto has published a wonderful profile of JDL Canada president Meir Weinstein, who talks about how the group has evolved over the years:

Here’s an excerpt:

A strapping six footer, with dark unruly hair that is just starting to gray, Meir looks far younger than 57. When I ask if he was ever threatened or beat up, he shrugs my question off with “I’m an obstacle for a lot of these guys. My mission is to shut down organizations that pose a threat to the Jewish people and to Israel and nobody is going to stop me. I realized a long time ago, this is my life -this is what I have to do”

When Iran inspired, anti-Zionist, Al Quds Day was held at Queens Park, JDL and its supporters were there. They faced off recently against a group promoting Free Palestinian Prisoners Day in front of the Israeli Consulate. When the Jaffari Centre made moves to establish a Muslim enclave in Thornhill Woods, they fired off protest letters to Vaughan City Hall. Speakers like the controversial Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer are drawing sell-out crowds.

JDL and The Toronto Zionist Council is bringing in the outspoken MK, Moshe Feiglin, Deputy Speaker of the Knesset, Tuesday May 6 at Chabd Lubavitch Synagogue, 770 Chabad Gate in Thornhill. Feiglin has called for the firing of the Internal Security Minister after Jewish children were harassed and abused by Arabs on the Temple Mount.

Read the whole thing at the Shalom Toronto website.

There are still very limited tickets available for Moshe Feiglin’s speaking engagements in Toronto on Tuesday May 6. CLICK HERE to buy your tickets securely online.

JDL Canada to picket National Council of Muslims: Saturday March 29

JDL Canada will picket and protest the appearance of Dr. Reza Aslan and the National Council of Canadian Muslims (formerly known as CAIR Canada).

Westin Harbour Castle Hotel, Toronto
Saturday, March 29, 2014 — 6:00 pm

Reza Aslan is a Board member of the National Iranian American Council (NIAC), which has been established in court as a lobbying group for the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Aslan has tried to pass off Iran’s genocidally-minded former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as a liberal reformer and has called on the U.S. Government to negotiate with Ahmadinejad himself, as well as with the jihad terror group Hamas.

Iranian-American writer and academic, Reza Aslan, compared Israeli company SodaStream to Adolf Hitler and implied that its newly minted spokesperson, actress Scarlett Johansson, was a Nazi supporter in a tweet on Friday afternoon that he quickly deleted.

Media reaction to JDL Canada member in Harper’s Israel delegation

Canada.com:

Julius Suraski, an event co-ordinator for the controversial Jewish Defence League of Canada, was invited after writing to the prime minister, said Meir Weinstein, national director of the organization, in an interview on Tuesday.

“Julius knows some people in the Conservative party, and he sent a letter to the prime minister and it was passed around and somebody in the party extended an invitation to him.”

Suraski, who could not be reached for comment, has erected billboards in support of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford and helped organize a Toronto speech by anti-Muslim [sic] American speaker Pamela Geller. Geller was introduced by Rabbi Daniel Korobkin, of Toronto’s Beth Avraham Yosef Synagogue. Korobkin is also part of the delegation.

Dewar said Tuesday that it seems odd to include Suraski on the trip.

“That’s what’s puzzling here,” he said. “Why was he invited? What the Conservatives were saying … this is what they want to represent the face of Canada in Israel? I think there has to be an explanation as to why they chose certain individuals.” (…)

Lecce said Tuesday that Suraski’s inclusion in the trip doesn’t mean the government supports the JDL.

“In a delegation of this size you will always find a range of different views, including views you do not agree with,” he said. “Members of the accompanying delegation do not speak for the government of Canada.”

Muslim group wants rabbi tossed from PM Harper’s Israel trip — because he introduced Geller, Spencer at JDL event

SunNews has the shocking story:

A Canadian Muslim group wants Harper’s officials to boot a Toronto rabbi out of the official delegation that will travel with the PM.

In a letter sent to Harper on Tuesday, the National Council of Canadian Muslims said it objected to the presence of Toronto Rabbi Daniel Korobkin as part of Harper’s official delegation.

Korobkin is the senior rabbi at Beth Avraham Yosef Congregation, the largest Orthodox congregation in Canada, and is regional vice-president of the Rabbinical Council of America.

Korobkin should be disqualified from going, the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) said, because, in September, Korobkin “introduced, defended and praised” two American anti-Muslim [sic] campaigners. Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer are founders of a group called Stop Islamization of America. Korobkin gave some brief remarks at an event in Toronto that Geller spoke at.

“Mr. Korobkin has chosen to align himself with some of the most recognized and vitriolic anti-Muslim activists of our time,” Ottawa-based NCCM executive director Ihsaan Gardee said in his organization’s letter to Harper dated Jan. 14. “The highest political office in our nation should not lend its legitimacy to such parties and views that are entirely contrary to our shared values of mutual understanding, acceptance and respect.”

On her blog, Geller fired back.

“If only these Muslim groups used their coercive intimidation to shut down hate imams who preach jihad and incitement to violence. No, but they attack those of us who do,” Geller wrote.

Geller, Spencer event successful despite Muslim group’s efforts

From the Jewish Tribune:

Rabbi Daniel Korobkin, spiritual leader of Beth Avraham Yoseph of Toronto (BAYT) Congregation in Thornhill, introduced Geller and Spencer at the event, held by the Jewish Defence League (JDL) of Canada. He said the NCCM should thank Geller instead of condemning her.

“If only the [members of NCCM] would stop their efforts at suppressing the truth about radical Islam, if only they would stop attacking people who are merely speaking the truth, we’d be able to accomplish so much more by working together,” said Rabbi Korobkin.

Robert Spencer calls his Toronto speech one of his best ever (video)

JDL Canada is proud to have hosted this extraordinary event.

Robert Spencer writes:

It was a triumphant evening. In this talk, I address the common smear that my work amounts to “hate speech,” and discuss the motives and goals of the “hate speech” campaigners, the “hate speech” in the Qur’an, and more. I have given hundreds of talks all over the world, but this was one where it all came together.

Robert Spencer warns against ‘creeping sharia’

Canadian Jewish News interviews Robert Spencer in advance of his appearance in Toronto with Pamela Geller on September 17:

Spencer said when human rights commissions in British Columbia and Alberta agreed to hear complaints by Muslim groups against journalists Mark Steyn and Ezra Levant, the “commissions were, wittingly or unwittingly, pursuing an agenda of placing criticism of Islam beyond the pale of acceptable discourse.”

Asked whether he agreed with U.S. Mideast analyst Daniel Pipes’ formulation that “radical Islam is the problem and moderate Islam is the solution,” Spencer replied: “If moderate Islam existed, it would be the solution.

“Right now, while there are many moderate Muslims, there is no mainstream sect or school of Islamic law that teaches that non-Muslims and Muslims should live together peacefully as legal equals in a secular society, or that women should have equal rights with men, or that apostates from Islam have a right to live. Until such a mainstream sect or school emerges, moderate Islam cannot be the solution because it does not exist.”