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Monday Event: Formation of Multifaith Alliance vs Peel School Prayers

Various groups have been protesting against Peel School Islamic prayers and sermons, including Concerned Parents of Canada. On Monday 20th March, Jewish Defense League will host a rainbow coalition of various groups at Toronto Zionist Center 788 Marlee Avenue to plan a joint response to this issue.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1774752486176692/
Canadian values will be defended by a diverse coalition of groups united by love of country and determined to protect our shared values

Saturday 11am: Mississauga: Walk to Oppose Religion in Schools

Peel Region is allowing Islamic prayers in the allegedly “secular” school system. Our partners, the Hindu led CANADA FIRST group, will have dozens of their members and supporters marching from 11 am to 2 pm in Mississauga.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1905972139615020/

The title of the protest is NO RELIGION IN SCHOOLS, and organizers have requested that we not mention Islam in signs. RiseCanada.com will be there and will honor these rules.

The route starts at Mississauga’s CELEBRATION SQUARE (300 City Centre Dr), marches west on Burnamthorpe to Hurontario, then heads north on Hurontario (Hwy 10) ending at Peel District School Board, 5650 Hurontario St.

The videos below show the depth of Hindu opposition to Islamic school prayers as well as M103:

Leading Jewish civil liberties group joins anti hate campaign

Rise Canada, as part of our SAY NO TO HATE campaign, worked with other groups and activists to expose the hateful activities taking place at Toronto Masjid, a downtown Toronto mosque, last Friday.

Sadly, we were criticized by media and politicians for our efforts.

http://www.therebel.media/the_other_side_of_the_toronto_mosque_protest

It has now been announced that JDL of Canada, a leading Jewish civil right group, will also “visit” the Toronto Masjid to expose the vicious anti Semitic and other hate emanating from that establishment.

http://en.cijnews.com/?p=207440

Reasonable people of goodwill must join together to build a more harmonious Canadian society. We salute those who undertake such efforts.