Police investigating hate speech allegations at anti-Israel rally

TORONTO – Toronto Police officers are investigating allegations of hate speech after a speaker at a controversial anti-Israel rally said Jews must vacate that country or be shot dead.

The Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs (CIJA), the group claiming to have complained to police, identified the speaker as Elias Hazineh.

The speech was made last Saturday at an annual Al-Quds Day rally at Queen’s Park.

The international event — started 34 years ago by Iranian leader Ayatollah Khomeini to mark the first Friday of Ramadan — is largely seen by those opposed to it as a yearly Islamist demonstration calling for the downfall of Israel.

Saturday’s event, held at Queen’s Park, featured the speaker who in video footage insists Jews must leave Israel’s heartland or face death.


The CIJA claims Hazineh is a former president of Palestine House, a GTA-based cultural centre that on its website talks of “the catastrophe in which Palestine was ethnically cleansed” by the creation of Israel.

“We have to give them an ultimatum,” Hazineh said in the video from Saturday’s rally. “When somebody tries to rob a bank, the police get in, they don’t negotiate … We say, ‘Get out or you are dead.’ We give them two minutes and then we start shooting and that is the only way they’ll understand.”



‘Asian Girlz’ Is Quite Possibly the Worst Video on the Internet Right Now

Think of the worst Asian-fetish tropes that you can imagine. Got ‘em? Now watch this disgusting “Asian Girlz” video by “Day Above Ground”, a band that claims to sound like Led Zepplin, the Doors, Linkin Park…and Wu Tang Clan. While the song has already generated lots of controvesey, the band defended itself on its YouTube page, writing the following note:

We appreciate all the criticism and support. Our song “Asian Girlz” was not written with any malicious, hateful, or hurtful intent. We know it is racy and does push the boundaries further than other songs out there. Understand that we do not promote or support racism or violence. We love everyone no matter what race, religion, or sexual orientation. Please respect our decision to delete any violent, insensitive, or hurtful comment and also one that supports racism. We hope that we can continue with our lives with much love and peace.

Just because someone didn’t intend to be racist doesn’t erase the impact of their actions. Angry Asian Man managed to listen to the whole song and decipher some of its most awful lyrics, which you can read after the cut.



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B’nai Brith Canada: Al Quds Day Protest in Toronto Used Children ‘As Props,’ to ‘Spread Lies,’ and ‘Whip Up Hatred’ Against Jews

An “Al Quds Day” protest in Toronto on Saturday provided “stark evidence that Canadian children are being steeped in anti-Israel and anti-Jewish hatred from infancy,” B’nai Brith Canada said, in a statement Tuesday.

“Not only were children of all ages used as props for the cameras, but this year they were also given the microphone to spread lies and whip up hatred against the Jewish people,” the Jewish human rights agency said.

“Sadly, we have grown accustomed to hearing the hateful rhetoric spewed by adults at these pro-Iranian-regime, anti-Israel events, but this year’s Al Quds Day protest sank to a new low with the use of children to spread lies and hatred. Canadian children are being indoctrinated and groomed as future leaders by people who openly support the Iranian regime, the late Ayatollah Khomeini and the banned terrorist group Hezbollah,” said Frank Dimant, CEO, B’nai Brith Canada.

“B’nai Brith Canada is in ongoing discussions with security experts concerning the short- and long-term danger this poses to Canadians and Israelis and has provided high-quality video of the event to the Toronto Police Service,” he continued.

Across the globe, “Al Quds Day,” established in Iran in 1979, is commemorated on the final Friday of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, to express solidarity with Palestinian Arabs, oppose Zionism and Israel’s presence in Jerusalem, known as al Quds, in Arabic. This year, many of the Al Quds protests were more violent, racist and anti-Semitic than in previous years, prompting human rights and Jewish groups to protest the escalation.



Yellowface Akira remake is back online


Jaume Collet-Serra is in discussions to return to the “Akira” directors chair, signing on to helm Warner Bros. adaptation of the popular anime pic. The helmer left in early 2012 after production stalled.

In early 2012, the studio shut down pre-production so that fixes could be made to the script, including tightening the budget from its original $90 million range. At the time, Collet-Serra was in such high demand coming off the recent success of the Liam Neeson action pic “Unknown,” that he decided to leave instead of waiting for the changes to be made so that he could pursue other projects. He eventually landed another Neeson pic, “Non Stop,” which bows next February.

The studio did begin looking at other directors recently, including “Catfish” helmers Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, in hopes of finding someone who could deliver a film on a more smaller scale. But ultimately, the studio was still in love with Collet-Serra’s vision, and sources say the director found time in his schedule as well as a new way to appraoch the adaptation that would meet the studio’s budget request.

Collet-Serra is currently in pre-production on the crime pic “Run All Night” with Neeson, Joel Kinnaman and Ed Harris and would do “Akira” afterwards in spring of 2014. It is unknown what the new budget would be.

WB acquired the potential tentpole project for a seven-figure sum from Japanese manga publisher Kodansha in 2008. Set in New Manhattan, the cyberpunk sci-fi epic follows the leader of a biker gang who must save his friend, discovered with potentially destructive psychokinetic abilities, from government medical experiments.

Appian Way’s Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Davisson Killoran are producing with Mad Chance’s Andrew Lazar. Katsuhiro Otomo, who wrote and directed the 1988 Japanese anime pic of the same name, will exec produce.

Garrett Hedlund was attached to star but it is unknown if his schedule would still allow him to do it.

Collet-Serra is repped by CAA and Management 360.