- Europe: Amnesty’s 2017 report is rife with distortions and maintains its longstanding anti-Israel biais
- Netherlands: Palestinian ex-terrorist deported from US invited to speak in Amsterdam
- Austria: Far-Right party dragged into fresh anti-semitic songbook row
- Netherlands: Major poet was a Nazi supporter and antisemite
- Spain: Lawfare Project threatens suit against Yahoo, Google and Twitter for proliferation of antisemitism
Posted: 25 Feb 2018 08:50 AM PST
Via The Jerusalem Post:
"Amnesty's 2017 report is rife with distortions and maintains the group's longstanding anti-Israel biais," NGO Monitor said.
The recent Amnesty International Report on the state of human rights in 159 countries and territories during 2017 claims Israel is "killing" and "torturing" Palestinian children with impunity.read more
Posted: 25 Feb 2018 08:10 AM PST
Via The Times of Israel:
Right-wing Dutch lawmakers have protested a far-left group's invitation of a Palestinian ex-terrorist who was deported from the United States to speak in the Dutch capital.read more
Posted: 25 Feb 2018 02:30 AM PST
The Austrian government has been rocked by a new scandal after the far-Right Freedom Party (FPÖ) was linked to an anti-Semitic songbook for the second time this year.
Posted: 25 Feb 2018 01:28 AM PST
Via Bad News From the Netherlands blog, AD and Trouw (in Dutch)
He has always denied his Nazi past and received major Dutch literary awards.
Posted: 25 Feb 2018 01:03 AM PST
The Lawfare Project threatened legal action against Google, Yahoo and Twitter in Spain for failing to address the proliferation of Holocaust-denial websites and anti-Semitic materials on their platforms, announced Brooke Goldstein, director of the legal think tank and litigation fund. "Unless Google, Yahoo and Twitter take down the anti-Semitic content on their platforms, they will be taken to court in Spain and elsewhere," she said.read more
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