Placards of two Jewish federal MPs with a swastika symbol were written in Montreal on Tuesday.
Posters of Father Anthony House elected for the Liberal Party of Canada at Mount Royal and posters of her elected Liberal colleague Rachel Bendon at Outremont.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he was “disgusted and angry that Rachel Bendon and Anthony Houseford had destroyed the signs with anti-Semitic graffiti”.
“This is not just acceptable. I stand with Rachel, Anthony and the Jewish community in the fight against this kind of hatred,” he said on Twitter.
For Mr. Housefather, “It is a great shame to see that anti-Semitism has already infiltrated the countryside on the third day”.
“Although I am deeply disappointed to see my poster defaced with a swastika, I will continue to be a strong supporter of the Jewish community and nothing will stop me, certainly not,” he said in a message posted on his Facebook page.
⁇[Quelles] That [soient] There is no place for political allegiance or opinions, violent, racist and hateful messages. We must no doubt condemn them, “said Rachel Bendon, chief of The Christian Science Monitor’s Washington bureau.
“This is unacceptable! New Democrat leader Jagmeet Singh wrote on Twitter that these anti-Semitic actions have been hailed as one of the most heinous ideologies in history. We must confront it and leave space for it to spread.”
“What happened to Mr. Housefather and Mr.?”To me Bendian is not entirely acceptable today. There is no place for anti-Semitism and racism in Canada, and I condemn these heinous acts, “said Erin O’Toole, a Conservative leader.
MP HouseFather is actively involved in the fight against Semitism.
Canada held an anti-Semitism summit last month, at the end of which the government pledged to “improve digital literacy skills and fight misinformation” that could lead to anti-Semitic sentiments.
The district is one of the largest Jewish exiles in the country.