Anti-Semitic material was found inside and outside an Orthodox cathedral in a southwest Ukrainian city. Posters calling for the boycott of kosher products hang outside the Aleksandr Nevsky Cathedral, affiliated with the Moscow Patriarchate, in Kamanets-Podolsky, according to an article published last week in the Ukrainian newspaper Gazeta 24. Inside the cathedral, a newspaper article is posted claiming that â€œkikesâ€ were behind the creation of the modern â€œartificialâ€ Ukraine in an effort to divide and weaken the Russian empire. The article also states that the “Jewish conspiracy” was behind both the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the Orange Revolution of 2004. The author of the article criticized the local diocese for distributing anti-Semitic propaganda, which has been found before inside Orthodox cathedrals in Ukraine.
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