Israeli envoy to South Korea criticizes Nazi-themed bar, report says

October 8, 2007 10:56


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Israel's envoy to South Korea has expressed anger over a Nazi-themed bar in a Seoul suburb, a news report said Monday. "I feel repulsed, outraged and disgusted," Ambassador Yigal Caspi was quoted as saying in the Korea Herald, which carried the diplomat's reaction in a front-page article about the drinking establishment. The newspaper published neither the bar's name nor the municipality where it is located, saying it did not want to "give them any publicity."

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