Frequently Asked Questions:


 An Al-Quds supporter holds a photo of the Ayatollah Khomeini

Q: What is Al-Quds Day?

A: Al-Quds Day” is an annual event created by the late Ayatollah Khomeini calling for the destruction of the Jewish State. It first began in 1979 after the Islamic Revolution in Iran and is held on the last Friday of Ramadan. 


Q: Why should it be stopped?

A: As Canadians, we can no longer tolerate the grounds of our Legislature to be used for promoting Iranian government propaganda and supporting international terror (through the waving of Hezbollah flags). The threat of homegrown radicalization and Jihadist terror is real and we can no longer allow this anti-Western rhetoric to continue unabated on the grounds of our legislature.


Q: Why is it important to take action?

A: The hateful nature of this event at Queen's Park has been well documented since 2009 and there is no reason to believe this year will be any different. We cannot allow groups or individuals to continue radicalizing Canadians on the grounds of our legislature any longer.


Q: What can be done?

A: Canadians interested in seeing this shameful event stopped should sign our petition and write to the Honourable Speaker of the Ontario Legislature Dave Levac at