including dubious questions, which by the end often more or less manipulate the truth. Anti-Semitism has become a academic business also for Non-Jews. There is Antismitism - but it's not really a big problem. Blacks and Muslims experience far worse racism, but there is no Lobby behind and normal people (no minorities) do also experience disrespect on different levels. Young Germans, generations after Hitler, get tired of the constant efforts to prick in bad consciousness about crimes they havn't comitted and which they have no sympathy for - and like this indeed, and also by the constant manipulations of justifying Israels own crimes with the Holocaust - ressentiments can grow indeed by the end. Jews in many European countries are a privileged minority, privileged in comparison to other minorities and of course fully equal to all other citizens. There is no tolerance for anti-semitic libles. There is full reconnaissance of the Nazi Crimes, including school programms etc. - and frankly said - many of us are really tired of these efforts to manipulate the public in order to define down the Israeli disrespect of International Law (sorry for all the Jews who agree - I know that you are also out there).
Obama to meet with Jordan's King Abdullah in White House later this month (Reuters)
from the article: EU survey of anti-Semitism gets under way, in first study of its kind