Le Mémorial de l’Holocauste à Berlin– au cœur de la ville de laquelle l’extermination des juifs de l’Europe a été complotée et gérée – demeurera controversé à jamais. C’est à cela qu’il sert.
Berlin’s Holocaust memorial – at the heart of the city from which the extermination of Europe’s Jews was plotted and managed – will remain forever controversial. That’s its job.
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.
In today’s digital environment everyone can have their say but very often the discourse is poisoned by hate and intolerance
Alain Soral, French extreme-right author of polemical essays, has been sentenced for making antisemitic insults.
During the Simon Lederman Show, on BBC Radio London on 22 December 2015, a phone-in caller was allowed to rant about antisemitic conspiracy theories without substantial condemnation from the presenter.
An anti-islamophobia rally in Brussels invited as a speaker Dyab Abou Jahjah, activist known for its antisemitic statements.