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Trudeau Government Cuts off Arms Sales to Israel

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The Canadian government under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced it will end its small arms sales to Israel, bowing to pressure from left-wing radicals as Israel fights genocidal Palestinian terrorists like Hamas.

Canada’s arms exports to Israel over nine years amounted to less than $90 million, mostly parts and components.

Israel’s foreign minister reacted angrily, saying history will judge Canada harshly for undermining Israel’s self-defense against Hamas criminals who murdered innocent Israelis.

“I am sorry that the government of Canada is taking this step that undermines Israel’s right to self-defense in the face of Hamas murderers who carried out terrible crimes against humanity and against innocent Israelis, including the elderly, women and children,” Israel’s foreign minister, Israel Katz stated.

“History will judge the current acts of Canada harshly,” he said.

Trudeau has taken an inconsistent stance toward Israel, initially supporting it at the ICJ but also restoring UNRWA funding after its members were linked to terror attacks on Israel.

Earlier this week, the Canadian parliament adopted a resolution calling for a two-state solution rather than stronger left-wing language favoring Palestinian statehood recognition.

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