Dear Geulah, don't jump to conclusions victimising yourself. I strongly believe this has nothing to do with anti-semitism. As far as I can see, Taiwan and Israel have little involvement with eachother, and there's absolutely no reason why Taiwanese would want to offend Jewish. When I studied in Taiwan during the 2004 presidential elections, a candidate was blamed for proposing Hitler policies. When it came to my European ears, I was shocked. How could they so lightheartedly refer to this figure, when the allegations were skin-deep and didn't cut ice? Taiwanese references to Hitler are to be seen as a scream for attention. They do not grasp the sensitivity of the subject, only that it causes a ripple. In my humble view, the best response for Israel would be stand tall and disregard. For it is easier to read their motivation for referring to the topic, than having them understand and act in accordance with your emotional connotation.
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