In the spirit of quite a few article about anti-Semitism coming out in recent days (which caused the AZs to smell a conspiracy), the Huffington Post reported that Israel felt that Turkish PM Erdogan is "fueling" anti-Semitism with his extreme statements. You can read the whole article at this link, but personally I feel as if this is a bad move by Israel's foreign ministry. It's petty and vindictive, and comes off as exceedingly desperate.
Naturally, the HP community responded in the same way they always have: If people hate the Jews, it's because the Jews are so evil, they deserve to be hated. There was also a decent amount of attacks on Israel's helping out in Haiti and daring to take some credit for their good work. I can go on, but you can read the comments yourself below:
Turkish Prime Minister Fuels Anti-Semitism
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