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Canada’s Conservative Party vows to recognize Jerusalem as Israeli capital


The 2019 election could be Canadians’ last chance to save their country. If the Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer is not elected, and Justin Trudeau remains Prime Minister or Jagmeet Singh becomes Prime Minister, Canada will continue to go the way of Sweden, inundated and overwhelmed by Muslim migrants who have no intention of assimilating and adopting Western values and principles of human rights. Trudeau has long looked to be a lock for reelection, but now the polls are tightening, after his disastrous February, including his ridiculous behavior during his trip to India. Freedom-loving Canadians must now work harder than ever.

“Canada’s Conservative Party vows to recognize Jerusalem as Israeli capital,” by Shoshana Kranish, Jerusalem Post, February 27, 2018 (thanks to Mark):

The Canadian Conservative Party on Sunday vowed that, should it be elected to form a government in 2019, it will recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

“Canada’s Conservatives have been, and always will be, a strong voice for Israel and the Canadian Jewish community,” the statement on the party’s website read.

“Israel is one of Canada’s strongest allies and a beacon of pluralism and democratic principles in a turbulent part of the world.”

The addition of this clause to the party’s platform is not entirely surprising, as Conservative members of parliament have been marking the same promise for decades. Ahead of his election to the party’s leadership in 1979, former prime minister Joe Clark vowed to move the embassy, but reneged on this promise after being elected.

Since then, various hopeful Conservative leaders have made the same pledge, but none have followed through.

During his tenure, former prime minister Stephen Harper, a Conservative, traveled to Israel and gave a speech at the Knesset, in which he told MKs “through fire and water, Canada stands with you.”

“Canada supports Israel because it is right to do so,” he added….

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