Saturday, June 1, 2019

Jews Unsafe in Western Europe: German Newspaper Prints Kippah for Everyone to Wear

Reports say that Jews are not safe on the streets of Western Europe. Jews are urged not to wear any identifying items. A German newspaper responded by printing a kippah for *everyone* to wear. 


  1. So maybe--just maybe--Poland's self-appointed critics can get off Poland's case.

    1. "can get off Poland's case"

      Apparently they can't. Der Algemeiner is up to it's old tricks again - making up stories, twisting facts and outright lying.

    2. Speaking of Jews in Western Europe, there's an New book on the origins of the blood libel(an vicious anti-Semitic legend that has cause much Jewish suffering) in Western Europe. It's the book The Murder of William of Norwich: The Origins of the Blood Libel in Medieval Europe by E.M. Rose. Jan, you need to read this book and do an review of it.


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