People in Gaza are being slaughtered, as world leaders offer nothing but silence or platitudes rather than concrete action to stop it.
My grandfather dreamed of returning home, but it was impossible, as Palestinian refugees aren't permitted to go to Israel or the Palestinian territories.
It was the bloodiest single day for Palestinians since 2014.
The journalists that pressured the Canadian Journalists for Free Expression into censorship should be ashamed of jeopardizing their work.
Citizens of the Middle East would be right to question why the status of Jerusalem should become an election issue in Canada.
Hundreds were injured as protesters demonstrated along the Gaza-Israel border.
The fact of the matter is that the views and opinions of many in the Jewish community toward Israel are changing.
Andrew Scheer's inflammatory Jerusalem promise lacks the principle and balance that we expect from experienced political representatives.
Hadar Goldin is not another insignificant casualty of the caustic realities of the region. He is everyone's son and brother.
Canada has isolated itself from the rest of the world by voting almost entirely in favour of Israeli occupation.
Whatever one may think of Hamas, the PLO or any other group, a child in an UNRWA school is unrelated to them.
Canada is actually partially to blame for their predicament.
Is this what a human rights activist looks like? A person capitalizing on the suffering and victimization of the Palestinian population to garner votes?
"I respectfully insist that Israel has a right to exist and that peace and coexistence is a main goal of mine."
While many Canadians might not realize it, there is a hunger strike going on today that is just as significant as that of Bobby Sands and the other Irish Republicans in 1981. Led by Marwan Barghouti, hundreds of Palestinians in Israeli jails are five weeks into a hunger strike.
Unless something galvanizes Trudeau, Trump and other Western leaders to action, we may soon observe another sad anniversary of Israel's ongoing military occupation. If so, Israelis, and especially Palestinian civilians, will continue to pay a heavy price for our indifference.
They "... are humiliated, terrorized, abused, insulted, evicted, demolished, confiscated, dispossessed, expropriated, beaten
Under Justin Trudeau, "Canada is back" to isolating itself from world opinion on Palestinian rights. On Monday, Canada joined the U.S., Israel, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Federated States of Micronesia and Palau in opposing a UN Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Committee resolution in support of Palestinian self-determination.
Canadians might find it disquieting to have members of parliament cry, "Shame!" when the government announces $20 million in aid for education and health. Yet this is exactly what happened when the Minister of International Development, Marie-Claude Bibeau, announced the restoration of Canadian humanitarian aid for Palestinian refugees.
“The Trudeau government has finally differentiated itself from the Harper government ..."