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Anti-Semitic Russian publisher sentenced to prison in Novosibirsk

A court in Novosibirsk, Russia sentenced the publisher of a
local newspaper to prison for inciting anti-Semitism.

According to a report by the local news Web site Taiga.ru,
editor and publisher Igor Kolodzenko already had two suspended sentences on his
record for inciting ethnic hatred, one for the crime of publishing an article
that openly called for violence against Jews. Kolodzenko continued to publish
anti-Semitic articles, and this week the court sentenced him to two years in
prison.

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