Canadian Jewish News exposes anti-Semitic Muslim speakers, but earlier promoted anti-Israel Muslim propagandist
"A recent Islamic conference in Toronto has drawn criticism from B'nai Brith over some of its guest speakers."
Jihad Watch also has concerns about this "controversial Islamic conference in Toronto," as Canadian Jewish News put it. The reason why is expressed in the press release from B'nai Brith Canada. It's because three speakers are presented who "made anti-Semitic or anti-Zionist comments in the past: Yasir Qadhi, Siraj Wahhaj and Omar Suleiman."
"It is troubling that a major Canadian Muslim conference continues to invite extremist preachers to Canada," Michael Mostyn, the CEO of B'nai Brith Canada, said in the statement.
Troubling it is, but deception is rampant among the Islamic supremacists who present themselves as voices of "moderation," while the political and media elites lap this up without question. In the case of imam Omar Suleiman, this Israel-bashing imam even delivered the Ramadan opening prayer at the House of Representatives.