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An essay published by the Middle East Forum, a pro-Israel think tank, claims the AfD (Alternative for Germany) Party campaign’s use of a 19th-century painting “The Slave Market”, depicting bearded Muslim slave traders bargaining over a naked white woman “echoes reality,” reports The Times of Israel.
The poster was emblazoned with the words: “Europeans vote AfD!” and “So Europe doesn’t become Eurabia.”
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Sputnik News The AfD recently unveiled billboards featuring a portion of “The Slave Market” (1866) painting by French painter Jean-Leon Gerome, depicting several dark-skinned men inspecting the teeth of a nude white woman, in campaign posters ahead of European Parliament elections.
The Middle East Forum shared a paper by Raymond Ibrahim defending the AfD’s message and use of the painting. “African and Middle Eastern Muslims have long targeted European women — so much so as to have enslaved millions of them over the centuries,” wrote Ibrahim, a Judith Friedman Rosen fellow at the Middle East Forum.
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“In short, outrage at the Alternative for Germany’s use of the ‘Slave Market’ painting is just another attempt to suppress the truth concerning Muslim/Western history — especially in its glaring continuity with the present,” Ibrahim wrote.
i24 News Jewish members of the populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party have launched a Jewish group to counter accusations of anti-Semitism made against the party. The group, to be called jAfD, seeks to represent the voice of German-Jewish critical of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s migration policies, in recognition that Islam poses the greatest threat to both Jews and Christians in Europe.
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The group’s announcement drew baffled reactions from far left Jewish community leaders,...
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