Canadian Defence League joins Jewish Defense League to protest Al-Quds Day on August 3rd in Toronto


The Al-Quds (Jerusalem) rally takes place every year at Queen’s Park by Canadian Muslims. The purpose of the rally is to promote hatred for Israel and support Islamic terrorism. We have a duty to protest against all forms of anti-semitism and show these people that we do not support their cause. 


The Canadian Defence League – Ontario Division is advertising the Jewish Defense League‘s Al-Quds Rally protest. We along with the JDL will be protesting the rally because it calls for the destruction of Israel among other anti-sematic actions. Last year Allan Einstoss was arrested for walking his dog near Muslims at the rally.


Toronto Sun  Al Quds rally at Queen’s Park in 2012 was a hateful display in which the flag of Hezbollah, an acknowledged terrorist group, was proudly flown.”  Al-Quds Day is a yearly international event created in 1979 by Iran’s Ayatollah Khomeini to mark the end of Ramadan and to call for the destruction of Israel and the creation a Palestinian state.


Allan Einstoss, 47, was handcuffed and detained by police at the Al Quds rally at Queen’s Park. Einstoss, who has no group affiliation but went to oppose the Al-Quds doctrine, said he’d spent over an hour “mingling” among members of the crowd with Cupcake, his 165-pound English Mastiff. Cupcake, a trained therapy dog that will begin visiting patients at Sunnybrook hospital this fall, was on a leash during the rally, and wore an Israeli flag around its neck.

Muslims consider dogs to be unclean and make efforts to avoid them.


Einstoss said after two young Muslim women asked about Cupcake, he was told by a male Al-Quds demonstrator he was “not allowed to go near our women” with the dog. Einstoss said that after exclaiming his right to go where he pleased, he walked away with Cupcake, but was “punched in the chest” by another demonstrator.

Einstoss shoved back, and within seconds was grabbed by several officers. He claimed that while in custody, one officer called him “insensitive” for attending an Islamic rally with a dog. Einstoss added his assailant wasn’t even questioned by police.

The officer allegedly threatened Einstoss with charges of incitement to riot and assault. After around 30 minutes, Einstoss was let go after agreeing to leave Queen’s Park.

JDL and CDL to protest Al-Quds Day in Toronto: Sat August 3 2013

The proxies of Radical Iran are holding an Al Quds Day rally at Queens Park Saturday August 3 at 3:00 pm.


The JDL and CDL are calling on our friends and supporters to join us in confronted these supporters of Islamic Terrorism.

Spread the word and come out.

And remember everything that happened at Al Quds Day last year:

Jewish Defense League

Canadian Defence League