In Toronto, Canada, the recent Munk debate focused on whether anti-Zionism constitutes anti-Semitism. British writer Douglas Murray and international law expert Natasha Hausdorff argued that it does, while journalist Gideon Levy from Haaretz and former MSNBC presenter Mehdi Hasan took the opposite stance.

Douglas Murray asserted, "Today, anti-Zionism is the only socially acceptable form of anti-Semitism, holding Jews accountable regardless of their actions—whether wealthy or poor, integrated or marginalized, stateless or with their own state."

According to a poll conducted during the debate, 5% of the audience shifted their perspective, now viewing anti-Zionism as a form of anti-Semitism after hearing Murray and Hausdorff's arguments.