Far left anti-Israel activists arrested in Montreal for blocking railway

Information from the incident in Pointe-Saint-Charles, Montreal, revealed a group of approximately thirty anti-Israel activists, equipped with umbrellas and banners, blocking the CN rail around 9 a.m. Despite the police presence, no action was taken for about an hour.

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In a daring move, far-left anti-Israel activists took to blocking the CN rail in Montreal in the early morning of December 1, 2023.

This echoes incidents in Manitoba and Saskatchewan on November 20 and 29, where the usual far-left activists staged rail blockades until police intervened.

Following a similar blockade in Winnipeg on November 20, CN Rail slapped a lawsuit against the anti-Israel protesters' group. Now, the question on everyone's minds: Will they pull the same legal maneuver against these Montreal disruptors?

Information from the incident in Pointe-Saint-Charles, Montreal, revealed a group of approximately thirty anti-Israel activists, equipped with umbrellas and banners, blocking the CN rail around 9 a.m. Despite the police presence, no action was taken for about an hour, while mainstream media covered the unfolding events.

Around 10:30 a.m., the riot squad arrived slowly, and activists started to march along the rail. A few dozen meters later, police encircled the group, initiating arrests. Attempting to flee, some activists were intercepted, handcuffed, and escorted to the police station.

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