Day By Day© by Chris Muir.

Monday, June 06, 2005

The anti-Semitic European press

Go here for a truly nauseating summary of the crude anti-Semitism that characterizes the European's press's coverage of Israel. Just for example:

Greece's largest newspaper, the leftist daily Eleftherotypia, has run several such cartoons. In April 2002, on its front cover, under the title "Holocaust II," an Israeli soldier was depicted as a Nazi officer and a Palestinian civilian as a Jewish death camp inmate. In September 2002, another cartoon in Eleftherotypia showed an Israeli soldier with a Jewish star telling a Nazi officer next to him "Arafat is not a person the Reich can talk to anymore." The Nazi officer responds "Why? Is he a Jew?"
It's horrific that, within the living memory of the gas chambers, Europeans have reverted to an aggressive anti-Semitism that would make the Nazis proud.