'antisemitism is a vile poison that rots the core' - Elan Carr

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
June 19, 2019 10:19
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As part of the Ministry of Strategic Affairs and Public Diplomacy's "Global Collection for Israel" (G4CI) conference, Jerusalem Post's Editor in Chief Yaakov Katz interviewed US Special Envoy for Monitoring and Combating Antisemitism Elan Carr in Jerusalem.

The US, Israel and Jewish organizations made the case better than before in claiming the BDS is antisemitic, said Special Envoy Carr.relating to the surge in antisemitism in Europe, Carr said that the Europeans are troubled by this. Carr claimed that the Europeans leader understand that "antisemitism is not just about the Jews, it is a vile poison that rots the core."

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