VIDEO: Israel likens Palestinian incitement to Nazi propaganda

The 49-second clip, which is titled "Nazi Propaganda returns in Palestinian incitement," shows anti-Semitic cartoons that were used in Europe to foment anti-Jewish animus.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 29, 2015 02:45

Israel says Palestinian incitement employs Nazi propaganda

Israel says Palestinian incitement employs Nazi propaganda

 
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The Foreign Ministry on Monday released a video on social media equating anti-Israel incitement in Palestinian media with Nazi-era imagery and propaganda.

The 49-second clip, which is titled "Nazi Propaganda returns in Palestinian incitement," shows anti-Semitic cartoons that were used in Europe to foment anti-Jewish animus.

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The video then cuts to a number of anti-Israel cartoons that use similar themes and which appear regularly in Palestinian and Arab media and textbooks.

Israel has accused the Palestinian Authority of inciting the masses to commit acts of violence, including stabbings and car rammings, against Israeli soldiers and civilians.

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