Pride Toronto leaders are celebrating this weekend "I am very grateful" to B'nai Brith Canada for showing that it can be confusing.
"They have informed us about potential issues," said Sherwin Modeste, CEO of Pride. "We thank them for doing that."
Expressed security concerns related to becoming the organization's first complete series of events since the pandemic. Modeste mentioned Friday's news release that Bnai Bliss Canada was "deeply concerned" Jews, LGBTQ individuals, and a group of U.S. groups promoting hatred for whites will soon be in Toronto. Arrive.
Bunaiblis Canada CEO Michael Mostin toldToronto Suna group of people who made very derogatory and offensive remarks to the Jews. He said he was informed by the leader. This weekend, we will be attending Yonge-Dundas Square, where a pride event is scheduled, with supporters across the border.
In addition to anti-Semitic sentiment, the 2019 articlePhiladelphia Inquirerremarks that members are horrifying racial and homosexual hatred. He said he was known for "spitting hateful words" including.
This is why B'nai B'rith has issued a warning not only to the organizers of pride, but also to the Toronto police and the Canada-Canada border service.
In a news release, Mostyn also said, "B'nai B'rith encourages LGBTQ personal hatred." The rainbow is burning ... it may burn, who knows.
Already concerned about potential threats, Plyde has strengthened security after a series of recent nasty homosexual aversion cases. One involved the arrest of a Mississauga teenager allegedly threatening the Florida Pride event and the recent arrest of a group of men found in the middle of suspending the Idahopride event. If the group crosses the border, Mr Modeste said he believes police will secure the event. But he said this is an important reminder for the LGBTQ + community and the city as a whole.
"This is why we need pride," Modeste said. "That's why this weekend is so important."
Meanwhile, Toronto Police Chief James Raymer tweeted, "This is the time to celebrate the diversity of our city." There is no place for intolerance. "
We wish you a safe&happy#Prideweekend. This is the time to celebrate the diversity of our city. There can be no place of intolerance in Toronto. Our officers strive to promote peaceful celebrations, respond to concerns and investigate as necessary. pic.twitter.com/5mcIMT9ffR— Chief James Reimer (@jamesramertps)June 24, 2022
Toronto police say they “We will ensure public safety this weekend. As part of these efforts, the service continuously monitors security issues not only in Toronto but around the world, reducing potential risks to public safety. We will respect everyone's right to protest, but hateful or violent behavior is unacceptable. Thorough if you suspect a hate climb. Will be investigated and arrested if necessary. "
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Mostin, accused of threatening to launch mass fires, said, "This disturbing information about this planned visit to Toronto. When he received it, he said he felt "we need to notify many groups we need to know, such as law enforcement agencies and the organizers of Toronto Pride."
Added Mostyn: "We are not trying to scare anyone. We thought we needed to raise public awareness. The Toronto Pride event was smooth and problematic. Bunaiblis Canada categorically insists that there is no room in our country or anywhere for hatred rallies and prejudice demonstrations. It is imperative to summon them and take the lead. "
Modeste said Pride Toronto was pleased that Bunaiblis had sounded the alarm.
"We are very grateful for that," he said. “I'm looking forward to a great weekend.”
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