When an Israeli article sees Geneva as “a city where terror reigns”

When an Israeli article sees Geneva as “a city where terror reigns”
When an Israeli article sees Geneva as “a city where terror reigns”

Published on May 18, 2024 at 6:14 p.m. / Modified on May 18, 2024 at 6:17 p.m.

Geneva, bridgehead of “anti-Semitic tendencies” which have taken over European and American campuses? In Israel, the partial occupation of Uni-Mail in Geneva – now over – was chosen as a textbook case by the Ynet news site, the country’s most consulted media. And for good reason: there is said to be an “atmosphere of terror” in this city, notes a Jewish student. Then, more specifically on the atmosphere in the Geneva university: “It’s as if we were in Gaza.”

Among many other “unbearable” elements noted in the article, two of them are enough to hold the attention of Israeli readers. First, the one that gives the article its title: according to a cited testimony, Geneva students sang “songs celebrating the rape of Jewish women” at the university. Then, the “distribution”, by people whose heads were hidden by Palestinian scarves, of “flags marked with swastikas”. Elements that have not appeared anywhere else, including only Ynet, the digital side of the Israeli newspaper Yediot Aharonotmentioned in the world press.

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