Soviet Russia Portrayed Jews as apprentices of Nazis in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict of the 1980s. Forgetting Moscow’s own alliance with Hitler and Holodomor in Ukraine


In the title image, the Jewish Bear holds a rolled document in his paw saying ‘Camp David” which is a reference to the Camp David Accords, which were a pair of political agreements signed by Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin on 17 September 1978 for which the two received the shared 1978 Nobel Peace Prize. But for Moscow, that event was a sign of aggression. In its hatred, Moscow went so far as to portray Israel as the apprentice of German Nazi planning to build “a new Auschwitz” for the Palestinians:

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For Soviet Russia with its GULAGs and and the history of creating a man-made hunger in the Breadbasket of Europe Ukraine that took away millions of lives, such comparison is the demonstration of the utmost degree of hypocrisy and cynicism.

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