CALGARY — What is the appropriate response to hate?Members of Calgary’s Jewish community are trying to decide whether they should meet with a teenager who last year committed the city’s first confirmed hate crime.The suggestion emerged during the lead-up to sentencing for the 18-year-old man, who last November spray-painted anti-Semitic slogans and swastikas on a Holocaust memorial and synagogue in Calgary.The crime sparked outrage in Calgary, and even drew the attention of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, the MP for Calgary Southwest.Harper condemned the “cowardly and hurtful act,” saying: “Anti-Semitism is a disease of the soul; its odious manifestations, in any form and however rare, can never be tolerated in Canada.”Surveillance video led to the arrest of the then-17-year-old perpetrator in March in Winnipeg.On Friday, Crown prosecutor Jenny Rees said community conferencing, a youth court initiative where the perpetrator meets his victim in a closed-door setting to discuss ramifications of the crime, was suggested by a probation officer in a pre-sentence report.”I know there might be certain victims unwilling to have it in this case,” she said.