Zelensky's Strange PrioritiesChris Menahan
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As Russian forces were amassing on Ukraine's eastern border, Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky was busy getting a law passed to outlaw criticism of his own ethnic group.
From The Jerusalem Post, "Ukraine passes law criminalizing antisemitism":
Ukraine's parliament passed a law on Wednesday criminalizing antisemitism.You can read the IHRA's incredibly broad definition of anti-Semitism on their website.
Though Zelensky is on the front lines of the fight against anti-Semitism, he shocked his NATO allies by leaving Ukraine on Friday to attend the Munich conference.
He returned on Saturday after NATO allies expressed "concern."
After Russia reportedly moved forces into the breakaway region of Donetsk on Monday evening, Zelensky said he expects "clear support" from the West.
Zelensky is now telling Ukrainians not to "lose sleep" as he makes a last ditch effort to lobby Western nations to fight the war he picked with Russia.
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