according to “We are all Anne Frank,” read a forehead-page headline in Tuesday’s editions of La Repubblica, under images of Frank smiling & wearing different Italian Association football jerseys.
(When Roma has a next between the city’s Jewish society, their fans have too written, “Anne Frank roots for Lazio” on city walls.)
On Sunday, Lazio’s ultras found themselves in the department on the opposite side of the stadium, the southern department where Roma fans usually sit during house games.
In Turin, some fans turned their backs to the field & sang the Italian national anthem.
In Rome, some Roma fans saved on by their usual team chants.
Lazio’s Anne Frank ‘Insult’ Is Hardly Shocking. Italian Association football Is Viciously anti-Semitic to Its Core
Lazio fans have (once more) disgraced Italian Association football by their blatant anti-Semitism – however the fact is which no bady cares.
CloseEven though the anti-Semitism expressed by Italy’s Association football fans has shock the headlines, the fact is which the Anne Frank stickers lifted few eyebrows in Italy, as it is none Fresh.
Lazio fans have a long history of racism & anti-Semitism: In this 1998 file picture, they showbanners from the stands reading “Auschwitz is Your Homeland.
The ultras wield such strengthin Italian Association football which management shrinks from confronting them.
It’s time to shout out from the terraces: We are all Anne Frank.
Anne Frank is going to Be Read Aloud at Italian Association football Matches
as informed in (ROME) — Anne Frank’s diary going to be read aloud at all Association football matches in Italy this 7 days, the Italian Association football federation reported Tuesday after shocking displays of anti-Semitism by fans of the Rome club Lazio.
“Anne Frank doesn’t represent a people or an ethnic group.
We are all Anne Frank while faced by the unthinkable,” Italian Foreign Minister Angelino Alfano said.
“Utilizing the image of Anne Frank as an insult versus others is a sograve matter,” Tajani said.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito sought Tuesday to disassociate the club from its difficulty-core “ultra” fans by visiting Rome’s main synagogue.
Italian Association football Fans Ramp Up Anti-Semitism, objection Holocaust Tributes
The league & Italian police released an investigation & the club pledged to take measures to battle anti-Semitism, that involved players wearing warm-up shirts by Anne Frank’s image as well as taking 200 young Lazio fans to Auschwitz to educate them about the Holocaust.
According to the BBC:Some Juventus fans turned their backs & sang the Italian national anthem during a minute’s silence to remain the Holocaust before the Serie A game versus SPAL.
[…] At generality stadiums the minute’s silence turned into applause.
From the Los Angeles Times:Before the Lazio-Bologna game on Wednesday, fans, including 500 Lazio supporters, listened to the passage in silence before applauding.
But, a smaller group of “Ultra” Lazio fans who had collected outside the stadium sang fascist songs & gave stiff-armed fascist salutes.
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