Tuesday, January 27, 2015

EJC Pres.:Jews Plan on New Exodus from Europe; Anti-Semitism in Europe Now Worst Since WWII

Jews are close to a new exodus from Europe where they face economic pressure and radical Islam in some countries, European Jewish Congress (EJC) President Moshe Kantor told journalists yesterday before the opening of an international forum about the Holocaust in Prague, the Prague Monitor website reports today (January 27, 2015).

He recalled the violence against Jews that occurred in Europe last year: the three Jewish children shot in front of their school in Toulouse, France, in March; four people murdered in a Brussels Jewish Museum in May; and a brutal assault of a couple in their flat in December in Paris.

Earlier this month, four Jewish hostages were killed by a Muslim terrorist in a kosher grocery store in Paris.

Kantor said he was for the creation of a European office for internal security, European legislation for intolerance crime, and the post of a European envoy for anti-Semitism.

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