Friday, December 13, 2013

Russia: Antisemitic leaflets against public Hanukkah celebrations

Antisemtic leaflets were distriubted to passer-bys in Vladimir in November.  The leaflets complained about the public Hanukka ceremony in Moscow and suggested that it was allowed since more than 80% of the current government officials are Jewish.  The writer also claimed that Russian national holidays are not celebrated on such a grand scale.  Additionally, the leaflets said that Jews were exterminated during WWII by Jews.


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