In wake of Israel-Hamas war, anti-Semitic attacks on the rise in Europe

ByANDREAS BERGGREN
August 7, 2014 16:45

In six major Swedish dailies, coverage has been extensive regarding instances of anti-Semitism, as it relates to the war between Israel and Hamas.




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A demonstrator holds a placard during a Muslim protest in Berlin last week against the Israeli assault on the Gaza Strip.. (photo credit:REUTERS)

Reports of anti-Semitic attacks are increasing exponentially since the launch of Operation Protective Edge last month, and have yet to dissipate with the pullout of IDF troops from the Gaza Strip last week.

In six major Swedish dailies, coverage has been extensive regarding instances of anti-Semitism, as it relates to the war between Israel and Hamas. One opinion article, “The hatred is a shame for Europe,” was read by an overwhelming 96 percent of the Swedish population.

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