Canadian double standards denounced with terrorism list

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While Palestinian groups are criminalized, Canada maintains close ties to the main terrorist organization in historic Palestine, Engler denounced on his website.

Canada sells weapons to the Israeli army and the armed forces of both countries collaborate on several fronts, he noted.

Additionally, Canadian officials turn a blind eye to illegal recruitment into the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), while the Canada Revenue Agency takes a soft approach to registered charities that defy its rules by helping them financially, stressed.

Measured by the number maimed or killed, the Israeli army is responsible for much more violence than any Palestinian group (and they do it in the name of a European colonial project), the author of at least 12 published books pointed out.

However, the IDF is not on the list of terrorist organizations, he added.

The apartheid lobby in Canada, the journalist pointed out, is arguing that Israel can terrorize 2.2 million Palestinians living in an open-air prison because some organization with limited means is listed here as a terrorist group.

During previous Israeli terror campaigns in Gaza, the apartheid lobby justified Israel’s actions.

More than 10 percent of Canada’s terrorist list is made up of groups based in long-occupied land that represents one-tenth of one percent of the world’s population, Engler argued.

He recalled that last Friday, Tel Aviv launched its latest wave of violence against besieged Gaza, during which 44 Palestinians, including 16 children, were killed in 72 hours.

More than 300 Palestinians were injured and many more lost their homes, businesses or other property, he noted.

The children of Gaza, he emphasized, were also psychologically scarred by the bombing and, in another form of collective punishment, Israel closed the 360 ​​square kilometer strip to the outside world.

According to The New York Times, “Israel said its strikes were a preemptive effort to prevent an imminent attack on Israeli civilians.”

In plain language, Israel chose to use violence “in whole or in part for a political, religious or ideological purpose, objective or cause with the intent to intimidate the public,” which is the official definition of terror by which Canada conforms. .



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