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Denmark records highest number of antisemitic incidents since WWII, part of a grim European trend

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By JAN M. OLSEN

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 more than half of them online. 

Many European countries have registered a rise in reported antisemitic acts and comments since the outbreak of the war in Gaza.

These days just simply disagreeing with Zionism, settlement and genocide in Gaza can be easily categorized as anti-Semitic activity instantly.

When they are being asked what are those anti-Semitic comments specific, none of those comment never being shown. They'll say just believe what they said.

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This is why Israel must not let up in eliminating the terrorists.

And this also shows why Israel doesn't need to listen to any crazy UN resolutions.

These days just simply disagreeing with Zionism, settlement and genocide in Gaza can be easily categorized as anti-Semitic activity instantly.

Because that's the intent of making such statements.

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International antisemitism has increased because of Israel's destruction of Gaza.

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International antisemitism has increased because of Israel's destruction of Gaza.

That may be the catalyst, but it has increased because there are reactionary, violent scum who see innocent people - including kids - as a target - simply due to their religion.

A significant number of Jews around the world are against the IDF actions in Palestine - indeed, some are actively protesting on European, American and Australian streets. Something that the violent, low IQ crowd do not recognise.

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Europe is just reverting to type. No friend of jews, which is obvious because they never want Israel to win.

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