July 25, 2014

Europe's Jews Punished for Israel's War

Eli Lake, The Daily Beast

The Associated Press

Since the beginning of the current war between Israel and Hamas, eight synagogues in France have been attacked. In Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has asked for Jews to apologize for the actions of the Jewish state. In Germany, a prominent Muslim imam gave a sermon asking Allah to kill all of the “Zionist Jews.”

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TAGGED: Jews, Europe, Israel, Anti-Semitism


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