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The Blood Libel Anti-Semitic Myth. 3. The Case of Trent, 1475
Although several Popes condemned the anti-Jewish accusations as slanderous, the death of the child Simonino in Trent in 1475 led to the execution of several Jews.
The Blood Libel Anti-Semitic Myth. 6. The Case of Damascus, 1840
In the 19th century, Catholics became more inclined to believe in the blood libel myth. Politics, however, saved the accused Syrian Jews.
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