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Toronto police probe 'anti-Semitic' music video played at Al Quds Day rally

Toronto police are investigating a video that shows music being played at this summer's Al Quds Day rally at Queen's Park that calls for Jews to be stabbed, attacked and beheaded.

The video shows signs scattered on ground, men in reflective vests standing and walking around the grounds and, in the background, a song plays glorifying violence against Jews.

The translated lyrics to the song, Declare It A Popular Revolution, in part say "With a Palestinian woman (armed with a knife) we defeated them" ... "fill (the bottle) to the top with gasoline, and snatch from him the M-16" ... "stab whoever you see, five, six, ten, twelve."

"Declare a popular revolution," the lyrics continue... "Make us happy with bombing the bus" and then "cut off (their heads), stab (them), run over (them), launch an attack on them."

Toronto Police spokesman Mark Pugash confirmed "officers met with the complainants yesterday (Tuesday) and now the matter will be investigated."

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