Taranto found this item in the Financial Times:

“The European Union’s racism watchdog has shelved a report on anti-semitism because the study concluded Muslims and pro-Palestinian groups were behind many of the incidents it examined,” the Financial Times reports. The senior staff and board of the European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia nixed the researchers’ findings over objections to “their definition of anti-semitism, which included some anti-Israel acts. The focus on Muslim and pro-Palestinian perpetrators, meanwhile, was judged inflammatory.”


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