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Most of the Jewish population in Serbia was eradicated during the Nazi occupation in the 1940s, so why is a world famous cartoonist drawing comics about anti-Semitism?read more
Alexsandar Zograf says that his comments are an “attempt to reflect on Serbian past and present”, and tackle the absurdity of football hooligans, who “hate Jewish people without seeing one in their entire lives.”
But Zograf works also touches the historical side of anti-Semitism in Serbia, focusing on figures like Hilde Dajc’s story, and her experience in a concentration camp in Belgrade during the 40s.
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