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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-07-19

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Boys light
candles at a
vigil for slain
Toronto man
David
Rosenzweig
on Monday
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occurred last year in Durban under
the guise of free speech. I think
Durban gave license to these skinheads
to do deeds like this and let them
think they're doing the world a favor."
Frank Dimant, a friend of the fami-
ly and the executive vice president of
B'nai Brith Canada, said the stabbing
was the result of a hate culture that
has been allowed to grow in Canada
"thanks to some of the media in this
country and thanks to some of the
unions and thanks to the anti-Israel
bashing that demonizes Jews."
"Here we have individuals who were
apparently skinheads, which seems to
be a clear statement of their ideology,"
Dimant said. "They come into a
Jewish restaurant in a Jewish neighbor-
hood to cause trouble, and they kill a
Jew. I don't think they necessarily have
to scream, 'I hate Jews.' Their
demeanor says it all."
An estimated 2,000 people, includ-
ing Toronto's mayor and the premier
of the province of Ontario, attended
Rosenzweig's funeral Monday.
Despite the official show of support,
the murder seems to have touched a

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mer official with the Canadian Jewish
Congress, who lives two blocks from
the murder site. "I thought that after
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