Liquid chocolate spilled onto a motorway in Poland on Wednesday after a tanker crashed into a barrier and overturned.
A section of the A2 motorway between Warsaw and the city of Poznań to the west of the capital was closed and drivers had to take a detour.
The driver of the truck was injured in the crash, which took place at around 5:30am.
“In unknown circumstances the driver of a heavy goods vehicle transporting a liquid in the form of chocolate hit a barrier, as a result of which the substance spilled out onto two lanes,” a police spokeswoman said.
B’nai Brith Canada is expressing concern over Rev. Naim Ateek, a Palestinian Anglican priest who’s been touring Canada to promote his book, and who the organization is accusing of using anti-Semitic rhetoric. But not everyone agrees.
B’nai Brith filed a complaint with the Canada Revenue Agency, after learning that Canadian Friends of Sebeel (COFS), a registered charity, is promoting and selling Rev. Ateek’s book, A Palestinian Theology of Justice, which B’nai Brith says “contains blatant anti-Semitic falsehoods,” in order to fund his speaking tour.
“Taxpayer dollars should not, and cannot, be used to subsidize anti-Semitism,” said B’nai Brith Canada CEO Michael Mostyn, referring to the fact that charities are tax-exempt. “Promoting anti-Semitic material is an abuse of the moral authority that comes with having a charitable license.”
In a press release sent out on April 27, B’nai Brith said that Rev. Ateek asserted that, “According to halakhah (Jewish law), the killing by a Jew of a non-Jew under any circumstances is not regarded as murder,” while speaking at the Canadian Mennonite University in Winnipeg.