Poll: European Perceptions of Israel Colored by Anti-Semitism

(Israel Hayom) Amir Mizroch - More than 70% of Polish people believe that Jews seek to benefit from their forebears' suffering during the Nazi era, according to a new report on racism and xenophobia in Europe published Wednesday by the German-based Friedrich Ebert Foundation. The report found the highest rates of anti-Semitism in Poland and Hungary, followed by Portugal and Germany. About half the respondents in Portugal, Poland and Hungary said their anti-Semitic sentiments were boosted by Israel's political activities.

2012-04-19 00:00:00

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