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Monday, January 25, 2010

Europe: Jews use the past to extort money

42% of Europeans believe that Jews use the past to extort money. Unsurprisingly, there were also more anti-Semitic incidents in Europe in 2009 than in any year since World War II.
A joint report on anti-Semitism conducted by the Agency and the Ministry of Diaspora Affairs found that 42 percent of those polled by the University of Bielefeld in Germany agreed that "Jews exploit the past to extort money."

The countries in which the highest percentage of the population agreed with that statement were Poland and Spain.

According to the Jewish Agency, there were more anti-Semitic incidents in 2009 than in any year since the Second World War. In the first three months of 2009 - immediately following Israel's three-week offensive on the Gaza Strip - there were as many anti-Semitic incidents recorded as in the entire year of 2008.

In France, for example, there were 631 anti-Semitic incidents recorded in the first half of 2009, compared to 474 in all of 2008.
But if you check the mainstream media, all you'll hear about is 'Islamophobia.'

What could go wrong?


At 4:17 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

As i said before,they should teach kids at shool ,where this hate and money talk comes from .
The Catholic church carries a heavy burdon from the past.


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