Laith Marouf is a Canadian Syrian-born pro Palestinian activist based in Beirut. He is a “multimedia consultant and producer and currently serves as Senior Consultant at the Community Media Advocacy Centre (www.cmacentre.org) and the coordinator of ICTV, a project to secure a multilingual community television license for Montreal (www.tele1.ca).”
On June 7, 2021 Laith Marouf tweeted:
An unidentified terrorist, most probably JDL [Jewish Defence Leauge], drove his car over a Muslim family in London, Ontario, Apartheid Canada; killing 4 members of the family, & leaving a child in critical condition. The amount of blood-libel spewed by the Zionist Lobby, is having its expected result.
Nathaniel Veltman – Background Information
On June 8, 2021 Global News reported:
Nathaniel Veltman, 20, has been charged with four counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder. He was scheduled to appear in court on Thursday. According to friends and co-workers, Veltman worked at an egg processing plant in Strathroy, Ont., about 40 km west of London, where he lived in a downtown apartment… A former co-worker, Arman Moradpourian, told Global News that Veltman was home-schooled in his early years, left home as a teen, and began working at the egg company about four years ago. He worked alongside people of all backgrounds without any problems, he said. Moradpourian, who said he was raised as a Muslim, said Veltman was “very Christian” and would quote from the Bible, but never treated him differently… Another co-worker, Kyle DeWeerd, said Veltman bought his truck a month ago. “He was religious, he read the Bible a lot,” DeWeerd said. “The Nate that I know, this seems very out of character.” But Hasan Savehilaghi, president of Yellow London Taxi, said a colleague told him he saw Veltman wearing an army-style helmet and what looked like body armor, possibly with swastikas on the front and back.
On June 10, 2021 Global News reported:
The Bethel Baptist Church said in a statement the Veltman family had been “connected” with the congregation in the past “but have not attended services/programs or been involved in our church community for several years.”