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In Europe, many experts feel there is a rapidly growing sense of hatred for the Jewish community. Anti semitic hate crimes and violent protests are at their highest point in years. On the surface, most Americans might attribute the surge in hostility to the war in Gaza. But this is deeper than that. In fact, the numbers suggest that anti semitism is at it?s highest mark since 1945, and it has been growing for years.
In Germany, a religious leader prayed in public for his god to "destroy the Zionist Jews ? Count them and kill them, to the very last one." In Hamburg, an angry group of protesters beat up an old Jewish man. In France, 8 synagogues were attacked in one week, while a mob of nearly 5 hundred people looted a Jewish market near Paris.
Some of the least offensive signs read, ?Death to Jews? and ?Slit Jews throats.? Many other signs were far more vulgar or contained extremely insensitive references, many recommending another Holocaust-style genocide to purge the area of
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