Missing from the signatures was Canada and Justin Trudeau. While some have argued that Canada was not asked to sign onto the agreement, others speculated it was because Trudeau refused.
“How do you know that Canada was not asked [to sign the joint statement]? Are you sure Canada wasn’t asked, but Trudeau declined?,” wroteRebel News publisher Ezra Levant on X (Twitter).
If Trudeau refused to sign onto the agreement, it could be said that the Canadian prime minister is supportive of Hamas terrorists, or at the very least, unwilling to condemn the organization.
Toronto 99 reached out to the prime minister’s office for clarification, but did not receive an immediate response.
On Monday night, Trudeau issued a statement condemning Hamas, which was broadcast by CPAC. This has quelled rumours that the Canadian prime minister is supportive of the radical Islamic terror group.
UPDATE: This article was updated on Oct. 10 to include a statement on Hamas by Justin Trudeau. The headline was slightly modified to better reflect the contents of the article. Read more about our editorial standards.
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