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421 weeks ago @ Frontpage Magazine - Tolerating Violence Ag... · 0 replies · -1 points

Regardless, Hasbara lied about being "attacked" and Front Page printed this article despite the fact that the lie has been known for about a week now. The disregard for truth makes you wonder how accurate anything on this site is.

421 weeks ago @ Frontpage Magazine - Tolerating Violence Ag... · 0 replies · 0 points

Hasbara needs to apologize to the Jewish community and York students for perpetrating this hoax.

Chronology of Events:

Feb 1 – Alleged verbal and physical harassment of Hasbara members at Vari Hall by a mob reported to York security

FEB 3 – Hasbara issues a press release regarding the incident, stating that both York security and Toronto police were informed of the incident

Feb 6 – ‘Excalibur’ sends email to Tyler Golden of Hasbara to discuss the incident. No response is received

Feb 9 – ‘Excalibur’ approaches Hasbara table at Vari Hall twice for comment; members decline.
‘Excalibur’ calls Toronto police. Records confirm that they were never informed of this incident

Feb 8 – ‘Shalom Life’ releases article documenting what was seen on CCTV security footage. The ‘Jerusalem Post’ releases article, in which Tyler Golden says Toronto Police were not called, contrary to Feb. 3 press release

421 weeks ago @ Frontpage Magazine - Tolerating Violence Ag... · 0 replies · 0 points

Security video shows that the "assaults" never happened. Why is Front Page reporting this as fact when it's already been debunked? See http://www.excal.on.ca/cms2/index.php?option=com_...

Security footage debunks assault allegations
"Surveillance footage made available to Excalibur shows no evidence of a physical brawl. While the footage lacks audio, it does clearly show that no one physically touched another person or invaded anyone’s personal space in a threatening manner.
Body language is exuberant, at most, but never aggressive. No more than 20 to 30 people can be seen around the table in the video, including both parties and bystanders. Two visible handheld cameras can be seen on screen, none of which is smacked to the ground."


"The video was taken using the closed circuit cameras which are installed on campus, and although there is no audio as the camera is placed in a high traffic area, it clearly shows the events which took place between 4pm and 5pm on Monday, February 1, the day in question. The table which was set up by the Hasbara group at York is visible, and no more than about 15 to 30 people are seen around the table at any given time. At one point, it can be seen that an argument may have taken place; however, at no point during the video is there any evidence of a brawl, nor can a shouting match be evident from the students’ body language. At several points cameras are being used by the students, and at one point a female student who obviously does not take well to being on camera tries to reach for the camera, but the male student holding it lifts it up so it is out of her reach. No evidence of students being physically assaulted can be found during the video. York’s security officers are seen towards the end of the video taking statements from students who were on scene."