This rather shocking German woodcut, which I think is Lutheran origin, appeared in the Jerusalem Post in an article on the restoration of the Traditional Mass.
What is being restored is 1962 the Missal of the Blessed John XIII. Pius XII had alredy removed the one prayer in the whole Missal which might have been understood as being anti-Semitic. It occurred on Good Friday, and used the word "perfide" when speaking of the Jewish people meaning, unbelieving or resillient to belief, it spoke of Jews not believing in Christ and therefore being in darkness. Pope Pius changed the prayer to speak about praying for the Jewish people, who first believed in the one God, which is what we use in both the Traditional and Modern forms today.
It seems extremely odd and dishonest that Anti-Semitism is being used to attack the forthcoming Motu Proprio. I understand the wretched Tablet did that last week. It seems to be something Cardinal Walter Kaspar raised a month or so ago, was he the first?
Can any shed light on the origin of this story? It seems pretty disgraceful and lacking in any foundation except for ignorance and poor research.