Despite pressure, film about rising anti-Semitism in Europe gets Jerusalem screening
June 13, 2019
After several venues canceled screenings at the last minute, a controversial documentary film directed by U.K. right-wing media figure Katie Hopkins was shown in Jerusalem Tuesday evening…The film warns of the rising tide of anti-Semitism across Western Europe, attributed primarily to waves of Muslim immigration that the film notes “are changing the face of Europe.” The film details the “silent exodus” of Jews and Christians that no longer feel safe in their homes and draws comparisons between contemporary Europe and pre-World War II Germany. READ MORE
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