Anwar’s anti-Jewish stance bites back


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  • Tuesday, 06 Jul 2010

His criticism does not go down well with supporters in the United States.

OPPOSITION Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is learning the hard way that being anti-Jewish might help to shore up Malay support at home but it does not sit well with his supporters in Washington DC where he counts many influential policy makers like former World Bank president Paul Wolfowitz as his friends.

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