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British government accused of being anti-Semitic



The Labour Party in Britain withdrew a new series of campaign posters yesterday after Jewish groups and the Conservative Party labelled them anti-Semitic. The posters depicted the leaders of the opposition party misleading the public.

The posters had nothing to do with race or religion, and were blatantly intended to be anti-Jewish or anti-Semitic. But they did show the Conservative leader, Michael Howard, and the shadow chancellor, Oliver Letwin, both of whom happen to be Jewish.

What will the world come to if we start treating Jewish people differently to everybody else?


SOURCE

The Guardian, "Labour chief defends 'flying pigs' ad", 1 February 2005.
http://media.guardian.co.uk/advertising/story/0,,1403342,00.html


FURTHER READING

BBC News, "Labour withdraws Howard posters", 1 February 2005.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/4225015.stm

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