Well, I guess it’s never too early to get the little kiddies into Jew-hatred mode.

Great job, France!

Via The Local.

The article in the latest edition of the monthly Youpi magazine, which is aimed at children aged five to eight, caused uproar on social media, with the Israeli ambassador to France saying that she was saying she was “shocked” and French Jewish groups calling for the magazine to be removed from shops.

The offending article said that “there are 197 countries, like France, Algeria or Germany.”

“There are a few more, but not all other countries in the world agree that they are real countries (for example the State of Israel or North Korea),” it stated….

Bayard Jeunesse, the publisher, quickly agreed to pull the publication from newsstands and apologised for its “error.”

“We apologise to anyone who may have been offended. Israel is among the states recognised by the United Nations and is recognised as such by Youpi,” it said on Twitter.

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  1. Alain41 says:

    Odd usage example for youpi on the website, translation French to English Reverso:
    ‘Whoopee [Youpi], I got a photo of the man that Tony and Ziva are going to as_sass_inate.’


  2. MACVEL says:

    Yes. There are indeed Jewhaters in France, who are NOT migrants. Add the Moslem foreigners, and matters are desperate.

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