This Sunday is 17 Tamuz and Canada Day — Montreal Anash Info

Erev Shabbos Kodesh Bolok 5778 (All hyperlinks below appear in light blue ~ no underline). 1) The Halocho ~ Minhog guide for 17 Tamuz (by Rabbi S. Lesches – Melbourne) is available at goo.gl/rhB87j 2) [Daily Hive] Canada Day Fireworks. This coming Sunday, July 1 is Canada Day. Daily Hive put together compiled a comprehensive list of 11 locations where […]

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This Sunday is 17 Tamuz and Canada Day — Montreal Anash Info

Erev Shabbos Kodesh Bolok 5778 (All hyperlinks below appear in light blue ~ no underline). 1) The Halocho ~ Minhog guide for 17 Tamuz (by Rabbi S. Lesches – Melbourne) is available at goo.gl/rhB87j 2) [Daily Hive] Canada Day Fireworks. This coming Sunday, July 1 is Canada Day. Daily Hive put together compiled a comprehensive list of 11 locations where […]

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Strong Police presence — Montreal Anash Info

22 Iyor, Omer 37 5778 There were around 6 holdups in shops and businesses on Victoria between Cote s. Catherine and Bouchette. I think we need to demand that the police have a strong presence here. Does anyone know how to proceed? (Email us at montrealanashinfo@gmail.com with any info.)

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We’re finally told what Trudeau’s carbon tax will cost us. Are you sitting down? — Financial Post

It took some poking and prodding and (finally) committee testimony, but now we know what the bill will be for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s carbon tax. In a report to the Senate Standing Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources, University of Calgary economics professor Jennifer Winter revealed the bottom line of the Trudeau…

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The Palestinian protests the BBC preferred to ignore

BBC Watch

On June 13th BBC Arabic reporter Nida Ibrahim sent the following tweet:

The story behind that tweet is as follows:

“Palestinian Authority Security Forces broke up protests in Ramallah on Wednesday night, after a week of rare public displays of opposition to the Palestinian leadership. Demonstrators called for an end to sanctions on the Gaza Strip, blaming PA President Mahmoud Abbas and the PA for its role in isolating the Hamas-run enclave.

PA Security Forces – which include numerous layers of police, plainclothes officers, riot police and more heavily armed units – sought to prevent a mass protest by Palestinians in central Ramallah. They erected “flying checkpoints” at entrances to Ramallah, according to tweets by activist Mariam Barghouti. A group of predominantly young men and women chanted “Freedom, freedom,” as police used stun grenades and physical force to remove them, Barghouti wrote. “Downtown Ramallah is like a war zone…

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UKMW prompts Evening Standard correction to claim over Israeli bill ‘banning the filming of soldiers’ — UK Media Watch

Following UK Media Watch’s complaint, editors agreed to amend the article to note that the proposed Israeli bill had been watered down, and now no longer includes a blanket ban on filming Israeli soldiers.

via UKMW prompts Evening Standard correction to claim over Israeli bill ‘banning the filming of soldiers’ — UK Media Watch

Severe thunderstorm watch issued for Montreal area: Environment Canada — Montreal Gazette

Loud cracks of thunder might have woken you up before your alarm Monday as a storm front pushed through the Montreal area. Environment Canada issued a severe thunderstorm watch, warning of the possibility of “strong wind gusts, large hail and heavy rain.” The watch also covers Châteauguay, Laval and the Longueuil-Varennes ares. We should see…

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