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The Obama administration’s recent criticism of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is all about “exasperation” and does not “contain any meaningful change in US policy,” says a political analyst.
Anti-Semitism flares in Europe amid Gaza warThe Secret Service said it is looking into a recent op-ed from an Atlanta publisher that floated the idea of green-lighting Israeli Mossad agents to assassinate President Obama in order to improve Israel's security against enemies like Iran.The Obama administration’s recent criticism of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is all about “exasperation” and does not “contain any meaningful change in US policy,” says a political analyst.
In Germany and other European countries — especially France, which has a large Jewish and Muslim population — Jews have been attacked on the street, synagogues have been bombed, Jewish groups have received hate mail and anti-Semitic slogans have been spray-painted on buildings.Europe has had a growing anti-Semitism problem for years now | GlobalPost
Three consecutive weekends of pro-Palestinian demonstrations turned into anti-Semitic attacks across France, said Roger Cukierman, president of the Representative Council of French Jewish Institutions. "Eight synagogues have been attacked, as well as Jewish protesters," he said.
Many news outlets, including the New York Times, are reporting that — since Israel launched its military operation against Hamas on June 8 — there have been alarming spikes in incidents of anti-Semitism across Europe.These Are All the Countries That Now Recognize Palestinian Statehood - Defense One
Sweden announced that it will recognize the state of Palestine, becoming the first member of the European Union to do so. Stefan Lofven became the prime minister of a new center-left government this month and used his inaugural address to parliament to say that a “two-state solution requires mutual recognition and a will to peaceful co-existence. Sweden will therefore recognize the state of Palestine.”