Dhimmitude in the EU

The sober Financial Times reports that the European Union’s racism watchdog has shelved a report on anti-semitism because the study concluded Muslims and pro-Palestinian groups were behind many of the incidents it examined. Expanding a theme we explored yesterday, Charles Johnson of Little Green Footballs calls the Eurocrats “Euro-dhimmis.”
The Times has obtained a copy of the report, but does not quote from it. Instead, it instructively quotes one of the Euro-dhimmis: “[She] said the report had been rejected because the initial time scale included in the brief – covering the period between May and June 2002 – was later judged to be unrepresentative. ‘There was a problem with the definition [of anti-semitism] too. It was too complicated,’ she said.”


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