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Israel slams Putin adviser for claim Ukraine to move Jews into `cleansed' area- Times of Israel
Israel on Tuesday criticized an article authored by a close adviser to Russian President Vladimir Putin, which claimed that Ukraine's president may want to move Israeli Jews into parts of his country, as "conspiratorial and anti-Semitic."

Jerusalem was "puzzled" by Sergey Glazyev's article, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Emmanuel Nahshon told The Times of Israel.

"The conspiratorial and anti-Semitic style of his words is inappropriate and does not reflect the positive nature of Russia's relations with Israel," Nahshon added.

From the blog post in question (Google translate):

Perhaps the stake on Zelensky, made long before these elections, is connected with the general list of the Trump administration towards the far-right forces in Israel. Probably, they will set new tasks for the updated Kiev regime. I do not exclude, for example, the possibility of a massive move to the "cleared out" of the Russian population of the land of the South-East of Ukraine by the inhabitants of the Promised Land tired of the permanent war in the Middle East - just like the Christians fleeing from Islamizing Europe.
by Bernard (bernard) on Wed May 8th, 2019 at 05:07:00 PM EST
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