Antisemitic Jewish Caricatures Paraded Through UNESCO Listed Belgian Carnival

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Spectators visiting the famous Aalst carnival in Belgium were shocked to find the depiction of Orthodox Jews with unflattering expressions standing amongst sacks of money, paraded through the town.

The Aalst carnival was included in UNESCO’s list of intangible world heritage in 2010. It’s origin dates back to the Middle Ages.

The depiction of orthodox Jews with grimacing faces “brought back memories from Nazi propaganda leaflets and publications such as Der Stürmer from the 1930s,” outraged spectators at the carnival told The Brussels Times.

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{Matzav.com}

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