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|'Last month, pro-Gaza protesters on Kurfurstendamm, the legendary avenue in Berlin, chanted, 'Jews, Jews, cowardly swine.' Demonstrators in Dortmund and Frankfurt chanted, 'Hamas, Hamas; Jews to the gas!' And a pro-Hamas marcher in Berlin broke away from the crowd and assaulted an older man who was quietly standing on a corner holding an Israeli flag.
'On the eve of Bastille Day, a group of Parisian Jews were trapped in a synagogue by pro-Palestinian rioters and had to be rescued by the police. A few weeks ago signs were posted in Rome urging a boycott of 50 Jewish-owned businesses. In central London last week, anti-Israel protesters targeted a Sainsbury's grocery, and the manager reflexively pulled kosher products off the shelves. (The supermarket chain later apologized.)
It would be simple to link all this outrage to events in Gaza. But this trend has been evident for a while'....