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June 10, 2005
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An exhibition of photos by a slain Canadian photojournalist was taken down from a Montreal library because of complaints that several pictures were anti-Israel. The library in the borough of Cote St. Luc, which has the highest percentage of Jewish citizens of any municipality in Canada, heard complaints about five of the 23 photos displayed by Zahra Kazemi’s son, Montrealer Stephan Hachemi.

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