Author Topic: Authorities Hunt For Jonathan Azaziah Over Semitic 'Hate Speech' Violations  (Read 99 times)

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Police searching for rapper accused of uttering hate speech

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The hate crimes unit of the Montreal police department says the search for a rapper accused of hate speech is a "top priority."

B’nai Brith, which has been tracking anti-Semitic incidents for 35 years, said rapper Jonathan Azaziah (aka Madd Cold), uses his music to promote antisemitism.

"We are pleased that the Montreal Hate Crimes Unit is taking this matter very seriously," said Michael Mostyn, Chief Executive Officer of B'nai Brith Canada. "Azaziah has not only proclaimed his desire to murder Jews but encourages others to do the same. This is perhaps the most clear-cut case of incitement to violence against the Jewish people in Canada that we have seen in a long time."

Montreal police are investigating Jonathan Azaziah following complaints of hate speech

It’s a case the hate crimes unit is taking seriously.

"An investigation is under way and findings will be sent to our prosecution," Commander Caroline Cournoyer said. "We will try to find this person. This is really important for us. It is serious."

Azaziah spends a lot of his time in Montreal and has written songs called "Death to Israel" and "Overthrow the Saudis."



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Montreal police are investigating Jonathan Azaziah following complaints of hate speech

This guy used to be a frequent guest on the The Ugly Truth Radio Network by Mark Glenn

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