A flyer was sent to me that said 'Celebrate Chanukah/Jerusalem with Pamela Geller in Toronto'. It brought tears to my eyes because the Chanukah I remember, as a person who was not Jewish but whose partner at the time was, was inclusive and warm and was not about bringing hate-filled, self promoters into our communities. Here is a bit more about Pamela Geller, for those who do not know her. I hope that there are others who will join Hope Not Hate and come out on December 18, 2017 from 6pm - 8pm to make sure that Pamela Geller knows that her hate is not welcome.
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