Friday, June 20, 2003

Giuliani Warns Europe About Anti-Semitism



They should listen ... but as Europe has done in its sad past, they instead deny there is a problem.

"Words do not suffice to turn the tide of anti-Semitism that is once again growing in Europe and other parts of the world," he said.

About 400 officials from the Organisation for Security and Co- operation in Europe (OSCE) have gathered for the unprecedented two-day meeting following a rash of anti- Jewish incidents in Europe in recent years. The EU told the conference it was taking action against anti-Jewish hatred but denied there had been a distinctive rise in anti-Semitism.

Translation: We have always attacked Jews.

How would they know if there is a rise? They don't keep any statistics related to hate crimes so crimes based on religion are lumped in with the general number. The only way the rise is noticed is because the Los Angeles-based Simon Wiesenthal Centre said attacks on Jews had reached the highest level since World War II. As well as physical attacks on Jews, many countries have reported vandalism of synagogues and Jewish cemeteries.

France is not a surprising culprit here, owing to both their history and their need to be a darling in the mid-east ( which is also a by-product of their dislike for Jews) ... French representative Michel Voisin, whose country has experienced a six-fold increase in anti-Semitic incidents in the space of a year, said France viewed anti-Semitism as a "particularly odious form of racism".

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