Study: Over 80 Percent of Young European Jews Believe Antisemitism Is an Increasing Problem in Their Countries, Four in Ten Have Considered Emigration

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(Worthy News) - A new study released Thursday indicates that among young Jewish Europeans, an overwhelming majority believe antisemitism is a problem in their countries and is getting worse, causing four in ten to consider emigration.

The study, entitled Young Jewish Europeans: Perceptions and Experiences of Antisemitism, is based on a European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights survey, and was released under the aegis of the agency along with the European Commission and the Institute for Jewish Policy Research.

It surveyed attitudes among European Jews between the ages of 16 and 34, particularly their perceptions of and reactions to antisemitism. [ Source (Read More...) ]

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1 thought on “Study: Over 80 Percent of Young European Jews Believe Antisemitism Is an Increasing Problem in Their Countries, Four in Ten Have Considered Emigration”

  1. Yeah.

    Move to Israel. Because it's so safe there.

    Because nobody hates Jews there (right)?

    The only "place" where it is safe for Jews is "in the Rock,"
    whose name is Y'shua.

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