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Toronto Public Library Allows Neo-Nazi Event To Go Ahead - 2017-07-13

F364.png Toronto Public Library Allows Neo-Nazi Event To Go Ahead July 13, 2017, Sima Shakeri, Huffington Post

Nathan Leipciger, a Holocaust survivor, wrote an email to library voicing how upset he was over its decision to allow the memorial to go on.

"My entire family was murdered by Nazi regime and I was outraged when I learned that a number of white nationalist leaders, including Paul Fromm and Marc Lemire, have rented space at a Toronto Public Library...despite their long record of promoting bigotry and their disturbing ties to the neo-Nazi movement," reads a copy of the email provided to The Toronto Star.

Kulaszka is credited with ensuring that no Nazi has ever been convicted for war crimes in Canada. Because of her work, there are also no Canadian laws against internet hate speech or false news, according to the National Post.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | first = Sima | last = Shakeri | title = Toronto Public Library Allows Neo-Nazi Event To Go Ahead | url = https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2017/07/13/toronto-library-neo-nazi-event_a_23028596/ | work = Huffington Post | date = July 13, 2017 | accessdate = October 17, 2019 }}