Europe's anti-Semitism crisis continues to shock people outside the continent, with a parade in Badajos, Spain, featuring marchers dressed up as Jews in Nazi death camps, while other participants wore Hitler costumes.
The parade occurred in the same time frame that another similar mockery of the Holocaust was staged in Campo de Criptana, Spain.
These events were exposed shortly after the carnival in Aalst, Belgium, an annual event that traffics in gross anti-Semitic stereotypes, depicting Jews as insects and grotesque monsters surrounded by rats and money bags.
This article originally appeared at United With Israel.
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