Mila Kunis was the target of an anti-Semitic slur.

Ukrainian politician Igor Miroshnichenko, reportedly referred to the actress as a "zhydovka"-- which translates to "dirty Jewess" -- in a recent Facebook post, according to E! Online.

Really? Everything is so hunky-dory in the Ukraine that their politicians are picking on women who star in movies about talking teddy bears?

The Simon Wiesenthal Center isn't happy. In a letter to Prime Minister Mykola Azarov, two rabbis from the center asked the country's leader to "speak out against the heinous anti-Semitic slur directed at Ukrainian-born actress Mila Kunis by MP Igor Miroshnichenko."

"Mila Kunis' family, like many thousands of other Ukrainian Jewish families, left the Ukraine in the first place because of anti-Semitism," the letter says. (Mila's family relocated to the United States when she was a young girl.)

Maybe Igor is just mad that a hot actress likes us better than them.

"Today she is a respected American actress, who is now owed an apology by the Ukraine. It is a tragedy that even after the Holocaust and the demise of the Soviet Union such hatred and anti-Semitism is still a force in the mainstream of your country."

The rabbis called upon the prime minister to "publicly condemn this attack and to take the measures to defeat the xenophobic forces that threaten your democracy."

E! News' request for comment from Kunis' reps was not immediately returned.

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