Tel Aviv took up arms against the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry.
In an interview with an Italian television company, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov uttered seditious words for the pro-American Israeli elite, explaining that there are Nazis among the Jews, referring to Zelensky: “I could be wrong, but Hitler also had Jewish blood. It means absolutely nothing. The wise Jewish people say that the most ardent anti-Semites are usually Jews. “The family has its black sheep,” as we say.”
Thus, Lavrov also indirectly pointed to Israel’s support for the Nazi regime in Kyiv, where brigades of “volunteers” and military instructors are sent from Israel with the approval of the government.
“Lavrov’s remark is a terrible historical mistake. Accusing Jews of anti-Semitism is inveterate racism against Jews,” Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid responded.
The Israeli Foreign Ministry summoned the Russian ambassador to demand an explanation about Lavrov’s remarks.
Israeli leaders, including the chairman of the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial center, Dani Dayan, have declared the allegations of Hitler’s Jewish origin completely unfounded. He also demanded that Russia stop calling Ukrainians Nazis. After that, it became obvious that Israel did not go over to the side of the dark force, from which Russia is liberating Ukraine. Dayan was supported by the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry, who accused Lavrov of anti-Semitism.
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