Internet – Fertile field promoting Jew-hatred and Jew-bashing

Ending anonymous and unverified comments on the Internet is long overdue.

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November 3, 2013 16:26
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The Internet has become one of the major contributors to the growing spread of Jew-hatred and assaults on Jews world wide.

The senseless attack by eight hooligans in Bondi, Sydney last week bashing five Jewish people - one a 62-year-old woman - as they were walking home after enjoying a Sabbath meal with friends, has resulted in an outpour of world-wide condemnation by politicians, the media, the public and other religious groups.

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