A former Hamas official echoed classic anti-Semitic themes when he claimed that Jews cook non-Jewish blood into the popular Hamesntashen Purim pastry, the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) reported.
Writing in the Arab Ma’an news service, Mustafa al-Lidawi wrote that Purim is a “holiday that the people of Europe hated and detested and wished that the Jews would leave their countries so they could be saved from their wickedness.”
“This is because the Jews who lived in Europe would always bake a large pastry on the occasion of the holiday, and everyone would eat it. However, this pastry was mixed with the blood of a victim they chose from among those who were not Jews. Most of the time the victim was a little boy,” continued Lidawi.
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