The Anti-Defamation League has asked the U.S. ‎Embassy in Qatar to pressure Doha to remove anti-‎Semitic titles from its government-sponsored ‎book fair, which it said “has a record of promoting blatantly anti-Semitic content.”

The 29th Doha International Book Fair ran Dec. ‎‎1-8.

In a statement posted on its website on Friday, the ADL noted that ‎‎the annual book fair ‎routinely promotes blatantly anti-‎Semitic books, including titles such as Lies Spread ‎by the Jews, The Myth of the Nazi Gas Chambers ‎and Talmud of Secrets: Facts Exposing the Jewish ‎Schemes ‎to Control the World.

Other anti-Semitic titles sold on the book fair’s ‎website include an Arabic version of former Ku Klux Klan leader ‎David Duke’s anti-Semitic tract exaggerating Jewish ‎influence in the United States, and Henry Ford’s The ‎International Jew, which teaches as historical fact ‎the seminal anti-Semitic hoax, The Protocols of the ‎Elders of Zion, the statement said.‎

The ADL has written to U.S. Chargé d’Affaires at the ‎American Embassy in Qatar William Grant, asking that ‎‎“he leverage the embassy’s participation in the book ‎fair to urge the Qatari government to stop promoting ‎such hateful content.”

“Once again, this high-profile, government-sponsored ‎book fair is being used to promote blatantly anti-‎Semitic books that deny the Holocaust, and accuse ‎Jews of controlling the world and trying to ‎undermine Islam,” said Jonathan A. Greenblatt, ADL ‎CEO and national director. ‎

“We call on the U.S. embassy to make clear to ‎Qatar’s government that this hate is unacceptable.”‎

In the letter to the U.S. Embassy in Qatar, the ADL ‎noted that as the Qatari government is responsible ‎for the content at this event, the American envoy ‎should use his “contacts with the book fair’s ‎governmental organizers—and with the Qatari ‎government more broadly—to ensure as soon as ‎possible that this sort of hatred is no longer ‎propagated at an event that boasts of the ‎participation of the U.S. Embassy.”

It is unclear whether the ambassador did as the ADL asked.