As politicians across Canada react to the escalating conflict between Israel and Palestine, several elected officials have condemned Israel, even going so far as accusing the democratic state of “ethnic cleansing” as it works to intercept rockets from Hamas in Gaza.

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh demands Canada stop arm sales to Israel

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh urged the Canadian government last week to “do the right thing” and end arms sales to Israel despite the fact that the country has been dealing with nightly rocket barrages from Hamas, which Canada designates as a terrorist group.

Liberal Minister of Foreign Affairs Marc Garneau tells Israel to “uphold international law”

Liberal Foreign Affairs Minister Marc Garneau called on Israel and Palestine to both “uphold international law.” Recent reports from the region indicate that pro-Palestinian terror groups have used civilians, including journalists, as human shields. 

Liberal MP Iqra Khalid accuses Israel of “forced evictions” 

Liberal MP Iqra Khalid took to Twitter to accuse Israel of “blatant disregard for human life” and conducting “forced evictions.” 

Green MP Jenica Atwin says “no two sides” to Israel-Palestine conflict

Green Party MP Jenica Atwin claimed on Twitter that she stood with Palestine and accusing the Israeli government of “apartheid.” 

NDP MP Niki Ashton says Israel involved in “massacre” of Palestinians

NDP MP Niki Ashton tuned into the conversation by accusing Canada of being complicit in “illegal occupation” and a “massacre” of Palestinians for standing by Israel. 

Liberal MP Salma Zahid criticizes Israel for defending itself

Liberal MP Salma Zahid tweeted to her followers on Saturday claiming that Israel should “end the air strikes” targeting areas where Hamas and other terror groups are believed to be hiding. 

Green MP Paul Manly says Israel is committing “apartheid” and “ethnic cleansing”

Green MP followed the lead of his colleagues and spread the false claim that Israel was committing “apartheid” and “ethnic cleansing” in the region. 

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