‘JDL Protesters Disrupt U of T Palestinian Resistance Event’

CJNews.com reports:

Roughly a dozen protesters associated with the Jewish Defence League of Canada loudly disrupted – and temporarily halted – a panel discussion Jan. 12 at the University of Toronto titled “Palestinian Popular Resistance: Building the Student Movement.”

The protesters, a few of them wearing clothing marked with the JDL logo, sat scattered throughout the audience in the auditorium in U of T’s George Ignatieff Theatre building and, part way through the first speaker’s talk, several of them, including JDL Canada director Meir Weinstein, began shouting things like, “How many Jews do you want to kill?” “Terrorism” and “Anti-Semitism.”

The event moderator said she would apply a “three strike” system – meaning that after three outbursts, anyone interrupting the talk would be asked to leave – but none of the protesters complied with numerous requests to vacate the room, and the organizers eventually called a recess and cleared out the auditorium.

“What I heard tonight was a total justification for murdering Jews,” Weinstein told The CJN after the lecture had moved locations. “It’s unfortunate that this is happening on a university campus. Students are being indoctrinated to hate Israel and Jews, and [these groups] are giving full justification for what’s been called the ‘knife intifadah.’”

U of T Graduate Students Union Cries ‘WOLF’ After JDL Disrupts BDS Event at OISE

The Graduate Students Union at U of T got a taste of its own medicine recently, when   members of the Jewish Defence League confronted the Coalition Against Israeli Apartheid at OISE College at the University of Toronto.

As reported in the Jewish Tribute and the U of T student paper, The Varsity, we shut down their event  — using the same tactics they use to disrupt speakers and events that don’t conform to their ideology.

Here’s just one example of the same tactic used worldwide by these haters to shut down any pro-Israel event:

“Video: French activists seize stage at Israel-backed film festival”

The U of T Graduate Students Union then issued a press release complaining about JDL Canada’s actions.

Alumni and donors take note: this is an indication of the declining quality of a post-graduate education at the University of Toronto. It is truly pathetic.

Obviously, these hate-groups can dish it out, but they certainly can’t handle the taste of their own medicine !

The JDL’s retribution campaign to stop alumni from donating to the University is also having a marked effect.  JDL has been able to convince a growing number of donors to divert their donations to more appropriate recipients.

It is estimated that our campaign has already cost the University of Toronto in excess of $100,000.