President Reuven Rivlin met on Monday with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the city of Ottawa, as part of a state visit to Canada.
Rivlin praised Trudeau to resist anti-Semitism and movement Boycott, Stop and Sanctions (BDS), and to support Israel internationally, including parliament transfer to deal with Iran. T .
The president addressed the regional impact of Iran in the Middle East and said, "The world cannot allow Iran to build the Shiite axis in Iran, Syria, Libanon and Yemen."
“The only way to stop Iran's plans is to bring international pressure together and action spatially targeted when needed,” said Rivlin, according to his reading.
Monday, Trudeau and Rivlin were due to visit the Holocaust Memorial at Ottawa.
In January, Trudeau moved the BDS movement as an anti-Semitic and opposed the 'Canadian values', and argued that Jewish students were afraid of university habitats.
Last year, Trudeau formally dismissed his country in favor of 907 Jewish refugees, seeking asylum from Nazi Germany, on board the German German sign St MS in 1939. they didn't have a safe harbor, returned to Europe, where more than 250 died in the Holocaust after that.
In January, a search found that most adults in Canada have no knowledge or understanding of the Holocaust, and six out of ten people think fewer people are looking at the Holocaust than they did. them.
Two of the Canadian immigrants had not heard of the previous Holocaust, or were unsure whether they had heard of it. Fifty-two of thousands of people could only mention a single concentration camp or get up, and nearly a quarter of the Canadians – 23% – thought that 2 million Jews would be killed in the game. Holocaust.