Radio-Canada’s new home was vandalized on Saturday following a pro-Palestine demonstration.
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Red graffiti was painted on the building that houses the government company’s studios. Photos of the scene were shared on Instagram late Saturday by the Montreal4Palestine page.
Thus the vandals ask the Canadian media to describe Israel’s actions as “genocide” through graffiti on which one can read in particular “Justice for journalists in Gaza” and “Call it genocide” (call it genocide).
On Sunday morning, the damage was removed, as TVA Nouvelles was able to see.
According to the Montreal Police Service (SPVM), one person has been arrested and identified. The investigation is still ongoing and images from the CCTV videos should be viewed.
“As part of yesterday’s demonstration, several events were reported, including one that allegedly took place around 5 p.m. near the iconic building on the corner of rue Papineau and rue René Lévec. One person has been arrested for the Crimes The case is still under investigation.
Recall that several thousand people gathered in Montreal and Quebec to support Palestine and demand an “immediate ceasefire” in the Gaza Strip.
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