Anti-semitic Newspaper Draws Fine in Antwerp

The publisher of the anti-Semitic paper, Starmloop, was today sentenced to pay a fine of 3,000 francs for having published an anti-Semitic article directed against a local Jewish merchant, Jacob Feigenbaum. In addition to the fine, the court directed the anti-Jewish newspaper owner to publish the verdict against him, at his own cost, in two local papers and also to run an apology to Mr. Feigenbaum in his own paper.

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