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October 2, 2015 10:50 am

Top EU Official Warns of ‘Unacceptable’ Rising Antisemitism in Europe

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European Commission Vice President Frans Timmermans called the rise in antisemitism "unacceptable." Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

European Commission Vice President Frans Timmermans called the rise in antisemitism “unacceptable.” Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

A senior European Union official has warned of rising antisemitism in Europe as attacks and threats against Jews continue in EU member countries.

European Commission Vice President Frans Timmermans said Thursday that “in the last couple of years you’ve seen this age-old monster come up again in Europe.”

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  • jeremy

    First; The Associated Press has done more to create that antisemitism than almost anyone in human history.

    Second; the eurotrash are lying. They all have the same trick obsession with the Jews that they play. It never bodes well for us.

  • Jonas

    Mr. Frans Timmermans is one of the Dutch who is crying
    crocodile tears.
    He encouraged, during his period as minister of foreign affairs, the anti-Israeli moves of disinvestment, and lied
    about his involvement.
    The Dutch no so anti antisemitic as the make you believe.
    For example they withdrew a WWII allowance of a ninety year old holocaust surviver, just because she was living in the disputed areas (West-bank).
    And this is just one of the examples.
    Europe never lost its antisemitic, Jew-hatred, anti-Zionist, anti-Israeli, sentiments.
    Beware of Europe!!!!!!

  • Yes, Frans, when an 8-year old girl in Toulouse is shot point blank in the head point blank by some demonic human vermin, it’s “unacceptable”. Maybe if European countries, including yours, had not imported so many radical Muslims, then stood by and watched while they created their own parallel societies instead of assimilating, you wouldn’t have anti-Semitism.

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