Liberal MP office vandalized with red paint by far-left anti-Israel activists

'FILOMENA, STOP ENABLING ISRAEL’S GENOCIDE,' posted the pro-Hamas group on social media, boasting about the vandalism committed against the Hamilton Liberal MP with red paint, chalk, and posters featuring anti-Israel messaging on the windows.

Liberal MP office vandalized with red paint by far-left anti-Israel activists
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Early Monday morning in Hamilton, Ontario, the office of Liberal Member of Parliament Filomena Tassi was vandalized. This act was in response to her not signing the ceasefire letter endorsed by 23 other Liberal MPs. The letter calls on Israel to halt its military operation aimed at finding the hostages held by Hamas after the October 7 massacre perpetrated by the terrorist group.

"We call on Filomena Tassi to add her voice to the ceasefire letter," stated in a social media post on Instagram by a pro-Hamas activist page, which showcased the vandalism against the federal member of parliament's office.

Red painted handprints covered the glass windows of the empty office, with a "genocide enabler" poster paper taped to the front door. The public sidewalk and steps leading up to the office featured anti-Israel messaging.

“...and demand she facilitate an end to Israel’s decades-long occupation” the post continues, bragging about the defacement.

This comes after two months of high tensions between communities following the October 7 massacre by Hamas which saw over 1200+ Israelis murdered, and 230+ originally taken hostage.

Prime Minister Trudeau has asserted the right for Canadians to peacefully express themselves but emphasized zero tolerance for antisemitism, Islamophobia, or "hate of any kind." This comes in response to the significant increase in pro-terrorist marches taking place in cities across Canada.

The ceasefire letter has been signed by over 30 Members of Parliament: 23 Liberals and 8 NDPs, including former cabinet minister Omar Alghabra, who has been credibly accused of harboring anti-semitic views.

In mid-October, just a week after the atrocities committed by Hamas, Rebel News' Lincoln Jay confronted Alghabra on the streets of Ottawa to ask if he condemned the attack.

The Liberal MP refused to answer and left with a slight grin.

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