TORONTO — Jews were the most targeted group in Toronto for hate crimes in 2009, but a couple of unexpected victim groups reported by police have some in the Jewish community shaking their heads. Listed in tables of “victim groups” were “Nazi,” and even “police.” They joined more conventional targets of hatemongers such as Jews, blacks and homosexuals. Acting Insp. Steve Irwin defended the categories in the Report. The victims “were affected by hate motivation,” said Irwin. “They were targeted as identifiable groups.” But Bernie Farber, CEO of Canadian Jewish Congress, said it’s absurd to include Nazis among protected victim groups. “It makes the law silly. It makes anti-hate laws’ sentencing provisions ridiculous.