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October 16, 2013 8:43 am

Woody Allen: ‘Anti-Israel Criticism’ Really Means ‘They Don’t Like Jews’

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Jerusalem Post – Woody Allen believes that anti-Israel sentiment is often anti-Semitism disguise, the American Jewish director has told Israeli television. In an interview with Lior Friedman of Channel 2 television, 77-year-old Allen, born Allen Konigsberg, said that political criticism of Israel can conceal a deeper hatred – that of the Jewish people.

“I do feel there are many people that disguise their negative feelings toward Jews, disguise it as anti-Israel criticism, political criticism, when in fact what they really mean is that they don’t like Jews,” he said.

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