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Anti-Semitism 2.0 Going Largely Unchallenged

Posted by avideditor on August 15, 2008

The New York Jewish week has a great article on how how Anti-Semitism 2.0 Going Largely Unchallenged.


More than 35,000 people have joined the Facebook group “Israel is not a country! … Delist it from Facebook as a country!”

Type “Jew” into the search function on YouTube, and you’ll discover a host of anti-Semitic videos, including “911 Jew Spy Scandal 3” and a video clip in which National Polish Party’s Leszek Bubel declares himself a “proud anti-Semite.”

And Google Earth, the satellite-mapping program, recently came under fire when officials from Kiryat Yam filed a lawsuit against Google after the Internet giant refused to take down a note posted by user Thameen Darby claiming that the northern Israeli town was founded on the remains of the Arab village of Ghawarina. 

This is the new face of anti-Semitism: Anti-Semitism 2.0. And it’s potentially 
more hazardous than the relatively straightforward smear campaigns and petitions of yesteryear.

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Little Green Footballs 2 is launched: Anti-jihadi but with out the tyranny of charles

Posted by avideditor on August 15, 2008

Check out LittleGreenFootballs2.com it is an alternative littlegreenfootballs.com it has all the same news stories but without the tyranny of Charles.

UPDATE : I am blogging here for LGF2 until it is back up and working.

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