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Rome prosecutors investigating list of Italian Jews posted on extremist website | Jewish Telegraphic Agency


Rome prosecutors investigating list of Italian Jews posted on extremist website | Jewish Telegraphic Agency: The list of “influential Jews in Italy,” as they are described, was posted on the Italian section of Radio Islam, an international anti-Semitic, anti-Zionist website founded in Sweden in the 1990s. It included scores of journalists, businesspeople, politicians, university professors, cultural figures and Jewish community activists, some whom are not actually Jewish.

Postal police are carrying out the investigation launched last week, according to the local media. The investigation is looking into pressing possible charges of threats and defamation, aggravated by racial hatred.

Six years ago, a virtually identical list was posted on the white supremacist website Stormfront, drawing condemnation from politicians and Jewish leaders.

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