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Donald Trump with former Maricopa County sheriff Joe Arpaio, left, in January 2016, when he endorsed the then-GOP presidential candidate.
An attack against any minority is nothing less than an assault on Canada's democratic values and a threat to our entire society.
A large crowd of people gathers ahead of the Boston Free Speech Rally in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., August 19, 2017. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith
Donald Trump is heading to Phoenix, Arizona, for a Tuesday night rally, but the city's mayor is making it very clear that he does not want the president there. Mayor Greg Stanton (D) did not mince wor...
Thousands turn out, "make racists afraid again," some shouted.
“No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA!” the crowd chanted.
"I can tell you that it is not actually that shocking to me."
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"The number of hate crimes presented in this release likely undercounts the true extent of hate crime in Canada, as not all crimes are reported to police,'' Statistics Canada said.
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Anti-Semitism is a home grown phenomenon, B'nai Brith says.
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Anti-Semitism used to be theoretical to me, a thing that happened to my grandparents. Now it's become a reality I have to explain to my son. There are people saying that we deserve a right to attack people not because of anything they've done but because of their religion.
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has instilled confidence that this unifying approach to fighting hate will prevail. Learning the lessons of the M-103 experience provides an opportunity for Canadians from all walks of life to come together, transcend our differences and achieve the objectives we collectively espouse.
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Yes, right here in Not-America. The bomb threat called into the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre in Toronto, which also houses a daycare and a school, is part of a wave of anti-Semitism that has rocked North America in recent weeks.
Recently, with rising Islamophobia, a Muslim child was threatened on school grounds by someone wearing a mask. Though schools may see themselves as "neutral," the sense of safety and well-being of many children continues to be hijacked with the ongoing rhetoric of political leaders and increasing hate incidents and crimes.
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"The climate of hate that has been created doesn't distinguish between anyone.''
All of a sudden, it was OK for America to get back into hate crimes again. Behaviour that had been previously seen as scary stories from a discarded history text book are suddenly back in the news. Here we are, a long history of "haven't we become so much better" wiped clean with story after story of bigotry, Islamophobia, and Neo-Nazi ideals rising from the ashes.