Des « unes » antisémites de certains journaux en Grèce jusqu’à une étudiante exclue de Science Po Paris pour propos antisémites sur Facebook: retrouvez notre éclairage sur les faits marquants de Janvier, résultat de notre veille médiatique et web en Belgique, France, Grèce, Hongrie et au Royaume Uni
From several antisemitic headlines in Greece to a banned student in France due to antisemitic Facebook comments: these January highlights are an overview of the most significant results of our monitoring of traditional and new media in Belgium, France, Greece, Hungary, and the United Kingdom.
From the antisemitic phone-in caller on BBC Radio London and anti-racist organisations sponsoring an antisemitic activist in Brussels, to the ceaseless preposterous headlines of Eleftheri Ora in Greece: these December highlights are an overview of the most significant results of our monitoring of traditional and new media in Belgium, France, Greece, Hungary, and the United Kingdom.
From the Merchant of Venice caricature of the former Greek minister Varufakis to the commemoration of the fascist president Gyula Gömbös by a member of the Jobbik party in Hungary, these October highlights are an overview of the most significative results of our monitoring of traditional and new media in Belgium, France, Greece, Hungary, Belgium and the United Kingdom. HUNGARY Date of publication: 6 October 2015 Media outlet: Facebook Author: Istvan Szávay, vice-president of radical nationalistic Jobbik party in Hungary. Link: https://www.facebook.com/szavayistvan/photos/a.504239429741752.1073741829.137090003123365/504239616408400/?type=3&permPage=1 Text: “We remember a statesman – Gyula Gömbös 1886.12.26 - 1936.10.06” Description of the antisemitic content: On the day when Árpád Göncz, Hungary's first democratically elected president, died, Istvan Szávay (Jobbik) commemorated Gyula Gömbös, prime-minister of Hungary between 1932-36. Even though he died before the…