1. "This is a Jewish town, and Jews do not look after the cities in which they live. Take Israel for example, I was there and I saw it myself," the Belarusian leader said. 2. He added that the status of the city improved only after the Jews left. 3. "It is the responsibility of world leaders to battle anti-Semitism, which rears its ugly head in various places around the world, not promote it." Reply to 1. Without any connection to anti-semitism - more correct anti-Jewishness -, the man is damn right. Look around the country yourself. Reply to 2. The situation in Israel certainly did not improve after "those Jews left and then arrived here". Let's face the truth ! Reply to 3. Education starts AT HOME and is brought abroad and around the world by those who never received such kind of education. EVERYTHING HAPPENS FOR - AND BECAUSE OF - A REASON ! ! ! Anti-Jewish feelings usually don't sprout by themselves. Very often they're spontaneously exported by many Israeli's.
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from the article: FM Tzipi Livni condemns Belarusian President's anti-Semitic remarks