Haaretz, Jul 12, 2017

 

Some of Soros’ detractors don’t mention his Jewishness, but they all use classic anti-Semitic themes, immensely popular with the Nazis, to describe him.

[...] The rhetoric that [Netanyahu] and other right-wingers use against Jewish critics of the occupation, self-hating enemies of the state who serve foreign interests, is often uncannily similar to the vocabulary employed by European anti-Semites [....]

Small wonder that Netanyahu will stand besides Orban next week at a welcome ceremony near the Danube, where Hungarian fascists murdered thousands of Budapest’s Jews, despite Orban’s recent praise for Miklos Horthy, Hungary’s pro-Nazi leader, and notwithstanding Orban’s problematic campaign against Soros, which is anti-Semitic by outcome if not by design.