Shul backs out of hosting controversial rule of law conference - 2018-12-13

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F0.png Shul backs out of hosting controversial rule of law conference December 13, 2018, Ron Csillag, Canadian Jewish News

A prominent synagogue in Toronto has pulled out of a controversial event that it was scheduled to host in March.

Canadians for the Rule of Law (CFTRL), whose board includes high-profile members of the Jewish community, had planned an "All-Day National Teach-In" on March 17 at Beth Tikvah Synagogue.

But after the event was criticized due to some controversial figures who were scheduled to speak at it, the congregation withdrew, citing security concerns.

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{{cite news | first = Ron | last = Csillag | title = Shul backs out of hosting controversial rule of law conference | url = https://www.cjnews.com/news/canada/shul-backs-out-of-hosting-controversial-rule-of-law-conference | work = Canadian Jewish News | date = December 13, 2018 | accessdate = May 6, 2019 }}