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Israelis Targeted in Anti-Semitic Attack in Argentina

In today’s Daily Dispatch, we brought you David Horovitz’s in-depth look at the suspicious death of an Argentine prosecutor who’d been investigating an anti-Semitic bombing. Now The Algemeiner reports that a group of Israelis visiting Argentina has been targeted by an anti-Semitic attack:

A group of Israeli tourists has been forced to leave a hostel in Lago Puelo, a national park in Argentina’s Patagonia region, following a violent antisemitic attack which left ten people injured.

Argentine newspaper Clarín reported that three assailants carried out the attack against the Onda Azul hostel, which is popular with Israeli backpackers. Sergio Polak, the owner of the hostel, said, “There were several hours of terror. They shouted, ‘f***ing Jews, you are stealing Patagonia.’”

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