Following years of blanket indoctrination, even the most absurd and impossible accusations against Jews are now commonly accepted without question in Pakistan, as a recent article shows.
A leader of Egypt’s largest liberal party has disclosed a new Jewish conspiracy so original and unique that it has never been charted before by anti-Semitism aficionados:
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Saturday made new Holocaust denial comments and Jewish conspiracy accusations. During his keynote address to the opening session of the "International Conference on Global Fight against Terrorism" in Tehran, the Iranian leader said that "opening the black boxes of the 9/11 attacks and Holocaust incidents would help reveal facts about the two major events which have paved the ground for big powers' colonialism and terrorism. "
Thousands of Jews flock every year to the final resting place of Rabbi Yaakov Abuhatzeira, a famous Moroccan Rabbi of the 19th century who fell ill and died in the village as he was travelling with his family back to the holy land. For years the locals have been trying to ban the commemoration and evict the body. In post-revolution Egypt they may get their wish of keeping their village Judenrein
Having given up on attempts to extradite Klaas Faber, a convicted mass murderer who has been sheltered by Germany for 60 years, the Netherlands Justice Minister this week demanded that the Dutch SS officer be imprisoned in a German jail for the rest of his life.
No reaction to the expulsion of Danish film director Lars von Trier from the Cannes Film Festival, after making anti-Semitic remarks on stage, indicates growing public acceptance of his views.
A fire broke out early Tuesday (3:30 local time) in the Jewish synagogue in the Greek island of Corfu. Four firefighting vehicles immediately rushed to the site and put the fire under control, but the fire burned antique books and other historical relics of great value (dating back more than 400 years ago), which the attackers had piled up and set ablaze in the center of the hall.
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