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Racist extremists who set up a 'hotline' to inform on Jews in a relationship with 'Arabs' and who targeted Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg are openly peddling hate and violence - but the Israeli government won't act.
Lehava, a radical fringe group in Israel, hunts down people sleeping with 'goys' - or non-Jews '- then 'persuades' them to separate, attacks Christians as 'vampires' and 'bloodsuckers' and is justifying attacks on churches using the Bible.
Tikhon is widely seen as Putin's personal confessor and spiritual adviser.
The ultra-conservative churchman once said: 'You can believe those rumours if you want, but they certainly are not spread by me.'The pair were introduced to one another by exiled Russian banker Sergei Pugachev, estranged lover of British socialite and former BBC Horse People presenter, Alexandra Tolstoy.
He claimed that 'quite a few people involved in the execution - in Moscow or Yekaterinburg - saw the killing of the deposed Russian emperor as a special ritual of revenge'.
Alexander Boroda, president of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Russia, said the accusations - tantamount to a conspiracy theory - were plainly aimed at Jews, and risked stirring up hatred.'Accusing Jews of a ritual murder is one of the most ancient anti-Semitist slanders,' he said.'It repeatedly causes persecutions resulting in deaths of hundreds and thousands of people.'But each time those accusations were considered by people free of anti-Semitic prejudices, it emerged that this slander is false.' Alexander Boroda, president of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Russia, said the accusations - tantamount to a conspiracy theory - were plainly aimed at Jews, and risked stirring up hatred.
His claims carry particular weight given his reported close ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin and influence within the church.
An investigative committee has now launched a 'psychological and historical evaluation' into the matter as part of the on-going criminal case into the slaying of the Romanovs.
Under the Tsars, the country's five million Jews mostly lived in poverty and were confined to a Pale of Settlement in the west of the empire.
They faced discriminatory laws and were often the victims of anti-Jewish riots known as Pogroms, which were often organised by the royal family.