Axis: Bold as hate

When the UN’s man in Iraq — the amazing Brandini — was quoted recently describing Israeli policy as the biggest poison in the region, he unintentionally provided an occasion to think about the area’s true poisons. We noted Brandini’s comment in “Brandini speaks.”
In the fall of 2002 Egyptian televison aired a blockbuster 41-part television series based on “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” the anti-Semitic Czarist forgery that has become a tremendously popular work in the Arab Middle East. The series was titled “Horseman Without a Horse.” Jay Nordlinger commented at the time:

I bring you good news from the Middle East! Egyptian television is airing a blockbuster series based on “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” that 19th-century Czarist forgery that has acted so widely

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