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PRE-YOM Kippur penitence from the Telegraph after the paper made a bizarre reference to Rothschild banks in a light-hearted online travel article.
The quirky piece listed countries without airports, railways, trees, beaches and world heritage sites.
It also included a “no banks” category, saying “only three countries on the planet don’t have a central bank owned or controlled by the Rothschilds. Cuba, North Korea, Iran.”
The notion of the Rothschild banking family controlling international finance has long been an antisemitic canard.
After reader protests, the paper deleted the banking item, saying the reference had been “included in error, which was removed as soon as it was brought to our attention. We apologise for any distress caused.”