I travel often for work, and having just returned from a week in Azerbaijan, was struck by the degree to which old-fashioned, European, economic antisemitism flourishes there. There may not be incidents of violence, but ever person who learned I was from Israel told me how wealthy the Jews are, asked about the Jewish lobby, etc. I otherwise found the country to be a fascinating place, but it was not somewhere I felt comfortable to be a Jew.
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from the article: The land of no anti-Semitism