In response, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeted that he was "disgusted and angry" at the antisemitic incidences.
Since rising to early infamy after trying to sell 3 transport US transport helicopters to Iran, Ben-Menashe moved to Canada to start his own lobbying firm, representing many controversial clients.
The 2019 law prohibits many civil servants, including police officers, from wearing religious symbols such as hijabs and turbans on the job.
These days, as we’ve stopped traveling due to the pandemic, all that’s left, I’m afraid, is to look back nostalgically on memorable excursions.
Since the pandemic began, Quebec province has seen about 67,000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus and about 5,800 deaths.
A spokesperson of Montreal's mayor suggested that its inconvenient to change the name, due to its recognition.
Meanwhile, Quebec's provincial government has stopped short of enforcing mask-wearing requirements.
B'nai Brith Canada, a watchdog organization that monitors antisemitism in Canada, said that the incident was “one of the worst such incidents to take place in Canada in years."
Much of the incident was captured on a security camera.
Proposed Canadian law would ban certain public workers from wearing religious symbols; mayor says he meant “ethnic cleansing” only in a “non-violent” sense.