The progression is increasingly noticeable.
In Poland a prosecutor recently ruled that shouting ”Jews to the gas” wasn’t antisemitism. A judge in Winnepeg Canada recently ruled that a student who shouted ‘burn the Jew’ and then lit a fellow student’s hair he was harassing, was not being antisemitic. Some time ago Sweden’s former Chancellor of Justice, Göran Lambertz’s ruled that tapes being offered at the Central Mosque in Stockholm debasing Jews and advocating for their murder, was not antisemitism, and now we are served this:
Calling For Jews To Be Shot Now Legal – Ontario Attorney General
Elias Hazineh: “They don’t negotiate. And we have been negotiating with them for 65 years. We say, ‘Get out or you are dead.’ We give them two minutes and then we start shooting, and that’s the only way they’ll understand.”
Ontario Attorney General Refuses to Act
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
TORONTO, January 31, 2014 — B’nai Brith Canada, the country’s senior Jewish human rights organization, has been informed that the Ontario Attorney General (AG) has not consented to the laying of hate crime charges against Mr. Elias Hazineh. Hazineh, who spoke at the Iranian-inspired Al-Quds Day rally at Queen’s Park to an adoring crowd, was caught on video issuing an ultimatum that Israeli Jews either leave Jerusalem or be shot.
“We are disappointed by the decision not to confront hatred on the streets of Toronto,” said Frank Dimant, CEO, B’nai Brith Canada. “It seems that we have sadly grown accustomed to hearing hateful rhetoric spewed at these pro-Iranian-regime, anti-Israel events. As we have noted, Al-Quds Day, a now annual event, is a route by which Canadians are being exposed to the radical and hateful ideologies of the late Ayatollah Khomeini and the banned terrorist group Hezbollah.