A poem read in Al-Quds Day 2020: “Economic sanctions, boycott and raising our voices we too can put an end to the Israeli regime”
The Toronto al-Quds Day virtual rally was held on May 17, 2020. The list of speakers at the event included: Farman Ali – virtual rally host, UFCW Canada Local 175 Organizer. Ken Stone – Executive…
Sheikh and Imam Shafiq Hudda says: “This [Israel] is a cancer that has been growing, a cancer that has been spreading and it will continue to spread unless it is stopped by the resistance”
Paul Larudee, a speaker at Toronto Al-Quds Day in 2020, once said: “Hamas is not a terrorist group. It is a resistance group, and an essential one” and “I love Hamas”
Suzanne Weiss, a long time pro Palestinian Jewish activist and a member of Independent Jewish Voices Canada, praises Zafar Bangash for his support of the Jewish people
Aziz Raj, a speaker at Al-Quds Day rally in Calgary, accuses the Zionist lobby of oppressing Canadians
Zafar Bangash, a Canadian Shiite scholar and community organizer with Al-Quds Day, calls for “removing” the “racist” ideology while stressing that “Palestine doesn’t belong to the Zionists”
Ali Mallah, a founding member of Al-Quds Day in Toronto says that Palestine is occupied since Israel was established and Palestinians should “continue the resistance”
Hussein Mojtahedy, a young Canadian activist with Al-Quds Day rally, says the Canadian government is a puppet of America and Israel and therefore should expect ultimate demise.
Participants in Toronto Al-Quds Day rally held the national flags of Iran and pictures of Iranian leaders, Hezbollah leader and the flag of Hezbollah.