Another summit on Islamophobia being held Thursday. The federal government is set to hold a national summit on antisemitism today — but political tensions swirled on the eve of the event as opposition leaders said they weren’t initially invited. In a media statement earlier this month, Minister of Diversity, Inclusion and Youth Bardish Chagger said she invited various cabinet ministers and party critics to join the discussion. But opposition leaders were saying as late as Tuesday that they had yet to receive any invitation. Green Party leader Annamie Paul was the first to raise the issue on Twitter, saying Tuesday she had not received an invitation despite being the only federal leader who is Jewish. “I am the only Jewish Leader of a federal party and a constant target of antisemitism. The government knows I should be there,” Paul said in her tweet. The government has said it will include leaders of Jewish communities but it hasn’t released a full list of participants… The event will be mostly closed the public — a measure to ensure the safety of those participating, says the government. Opening remarks set to take place at noon will be open to media and the public.