Here's an obscenity to fit the zeitgeist and a novel chapter in the never-ending book of lamentations to the effect that criticism of Israel isn't necessarily anti-Semitic (although it often plainly is):
The Catalunya government has called off the ceremony marking the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which was scheduled to take place on January 27, citing the Israeli offensive in Gaza as the reason."Marking the Jewish Holocaust while a Palestinian Holocaust is taking place is not right," a local City official told Barcelona's La Vanguardia newspaper.
The overwhelming public support for the Palestinians has prompted the government to cancel the Holocaust Remembrance Day service. This was to be the only public event marking the day, and was scheduled to take place in Barcelona's central piazza.
Quite apart from the fact that Israel's attack on Gaza is hereby put down to the discredit of millions of Jews, you have to contend with the special idiocy that these are Jews long dead, their memory not now to be respected because of a conflict in 2008-9. And the crimes of Europe abusively exploited yet once more so as to sow hatred of the state of Israel. (Thanks: the Fat Man.)