Trudeau Calls Out Antisemitism After Brutal Attack

In early September, the U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke over the telephone with both the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. In dialogue on Tuesday, September 5th, Blinken attempted to maintain relations with both nations. When speaking with Netanyahu, Blinken discussed common interests between Israel and the United States, and the possibility of peaceable relations between the Jewish nation and Saudi Arabia. The ongoing nuclear threat presented by Iran was also a topic of conversation. Over the past several months previous to the conversations, the country has increased its attempts to smuggle explosives into Israel for the purpose of committing terrorist attacks.

When conversing with Palestine and leader Mahmoud Abbas, Blinken discussed the violence occurring in the West Bank region of Palestine. Palestine is reportedly seeking concessions from Israel and the U.S. in order to attain statehood. Within a month after the conversations took place, Hamas terrorists associated with Palestine attacked Israel and murdered over 1,000 innocent civilians. These actions sparked an escalated conflict in the Middle East which resulted in Israel invading the Gaza strip. While Israel has simply exercised its right to defend itself after being targeted in an unprovoked attack, many in the western world (including far-left politicians, academics, and college students) have openly stood against the nation and supported the terrorists in Palestine.

Massive protests occurred across major U.S. cities, and ironically, the very people that claim to preach “tolerance” and promote the interests of the LGBTQ community continue to support terrorists that murder anyone who may be gay and oppress women. While many progressives across the world remain lukewarm to Israel, the Canadian Prime Minister took a stand and condemned an antisemitic attack on a Jewish Community Center in Montreal. Justin Trudeau condemned the violence after a Molotov Cocktail was hurled towards the entrance of a Jewish center in late November. Trudeau called the actions taken “deplorable”.