Survey: Argentinians hold anti-Semitic beliefs

By JTA
October 2, 2011 10:36

 
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A majority of Argentinians hold anti-Semitic beliefs, according to a new study.

The study, "Attitudes Towards Jews in Argentina," was commissioned by the Anti-Defamation League and the Delegation of Argentinian Jewish Associations.

The opinion survey of 1,510 adults in eight Argentina cities found that more than half of Argentinians believe that Jews are more loyal to Israel than Argentina, and more than 80 percent believe that Jews are largely interested in making money.

Nearly 70 percent also believe that Jews have "too much power" both in the business world and international financial markets, with 41 percent blaming Jews for various degrees of responsibility for the financial crisis.

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