Toronto Serge Attal/Flash 90

Jewish residents of a town just north of Toronto, Canada, were surprised to find stickers calling for a boycott of "Israeli Apartheid" on containers of Hummus made by the "Sabra" company and sold in the local supermarket.

The stickers also said "Free Palestine", a common BDS rallying cry. The area where the supermarket is located has a large Jewish community.

The residents alerted the supermarket management to the presence of the stickers, and one of them later filed a complaint with the police. The police told him putting the stickers on the Hummus doesn't constitute a hate crime, and that the incident will be investigated by the police force's "multiculturalism and integration" department.

The anti-Israel sticker campaign was initiated by the far-left organization "Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East" (CJPME).

The organization encourages people to sign-up on its site to receive free stickers to put on Israeli products so as to warn people not to buy them.

The organization supports the Palestinian's demand for the "right of return" for the millions of alleged "refugees" to Israeli territory, an eventuality which would entail the destruction of the state of Israel.