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On this week's show, Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel talked on "Anti-Semitism: Old and New," as part of the third and last lecture of his annual lecture series on "The Fascination with Jewish Tales."

In this lecture, Wiesel pointed out that anti-Semitism still exists and is growing, especially in Europe. He also emphasized that he does not believe that Muslims or all Arabs are anti-Semitic. Wiesel also iterated his hope that a future peace accord between Palestine and Israel promotes respect and mutual cooperation.

This program aired on November 16, 2003.

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