Disinfo: Muslim immigrants are provoking a new Holocaust


Muslim immigrants are currently provoking a new Holocaust. Islamists are demonstrating freely in European cities under the slogan “All Jews to the furnace!”. And the elimination of Jews is just the beginning of the Islamic conquest. 

Victims of migrant anti-Semitism are also old Holocaust survivors, who are being assaulted with knives and thrown from balconies by their Muslim neighbours.


This is a recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about the Islamisation of Europe and migrants as threats to security.

The immigrants are not provoking a Holocaust.

See the report on anti-semitism by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) and learn more about the EU measures to combat anti-semitism here.


  • Reported in: Issue 138
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 21/02/2019
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: France
  • Keywords: migration, EU, Holocaust, Jews, Conspiracy, Migration crisis, Europe
  • Outlet: Tsargrad TV


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Europe brings totalitarian feminism to Belarus to destroy social values

Europe is breaking down under the weight of feminism. Feminist bullying of men who display any sexual interest in women has provoked a situation whereby even thinking about women in Europe is considered to degrade their honour and dignity. As a result, men in Europe have begun thinking about other men. This development is encouraged by laws on same-sex marriage in Europe.

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This disinformation message is related to the pro-Kremlin narrative on homosexuality propaganda in Europe and wrongly equates the concepts of feminism and gender equality with persecution for sexual abuse.

The EU advances gender equality between women and men as a fundamental human right.

Both Skripals are dead; the Reuters video is fake

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This is a recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about the Salisbury attack and the conspiracy theory about the Skripals' death. There are no grounds to believe that the Skripals are dead rather than in hiding from those who attempted to murder them.

Recently, Sir Laurie Bristow, Britain's ambassador to Russia, confirmed that Sergei and Yulia Skripal are both alive. He told Interfax that neither party was interested in talking to Russian officials. The ambassador emphasised that if the Skripals want to meet with representatives of Russian officials, the British side will facilitate such an opportunity.