Israel on Sunday formally protested to Spain's ambassador in Tel Aviv against what appeared to be an orchestrated campaign whereby school children are sending dozens of anti-Israeli and anti-Semitic postcards to Israel's ambassador in Madrid.
Naor Gilon, the Foreign Ministry's deputy director-general in charge of the Western Europe department, phoned Spanish ambassador Alvaro Iranzo to protest the postcards, carrying messages such as "why do you kill children?" "Jews kill for money," and "Leave the country for the Palestinians."
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