COMMENT: The recent meeting of an Israeli cabinet minister with a prominent Swedish fascist is the latest example of a long-standing feature of the behavior of that country’s political right wing.
In addition to the fascist movement  that has existed within the Zionist movement and what we’ve termed “Bormann Jews, ” Israelis and Zionists from the right side of the political spectrum have maintained contact and interaction with elements of the fascist international.
In particular, members of the Likud and other Israeli far-right parties have conducted political interface  with European Nazis and fascists.
Note that Ayoob Kara also met with the head of the Austrian Freedom Party , the neo-fascist party formerly headed up by Jurg Haider.
EXCERPT: Deputy Minister Ayoob Kara met with Swedish-German millionaire Patrik Brinkmann who has ties with German neo-Nazi groups in Berlin over the weekend, Yedioth Ahronoth reported.
Brinkmann, who is trying to establish a far-right anti-Islamic party in Germany claims he is not an anti-Semite, however his previous close contacts with the German neo-Nazi party (NPD) and his past membership in another neo-Nazi party raise questions regarding his ideology.
Brinkmann, 44, made his fortune in the Swedish real estate business in the 1980s before becoming mixed in tax problems in his home country. As legal battles were going on he used the majority of his finances for the establishment of two research foundations which became closely affiliated with far-right and neo-Nazi elements in Germany. . . .
. . . Several months ago, Kara met with Austrian Freedom Party leader Heinz-Christian Strache who was once active in neo-Nazi groups. . . .