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Exclamation Study reveals rise in 'institutional anti-Semitism' in Europe

Study reveals rise in 'institutional anti-Semitism' in Europe
2015 annual report on anti-Semitism reveals beefed security may have lowered assaults,
but Labour party and others lead a new war on Jews.
By Arutz Sheva Staff



http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/211754


New research published on Wednesday reveals that over the course of 2015 violent anti-Semitic attacks against Jews decreased under increased security, but at the same time there was a serious rise in "institutional anti-Semitism."

The study was the Annual Report on Anti-Semitism for 2015 by the Kantor Center for the Study of Contemporary European Jewry at Tel Aviv University, and it was released in a press conference at the university on Wednesday.

Dr. Moshe Kantor, President of the European Jewish Congress (EJC), spoke about the findings of the study and noted that a substantial decrease in violent anti-Semitic attacks was recorded, even as institutional anti-Semitism rose significantly.

"2015 was a difficult year for Europe in general and for the Jewish community in particular," said Dr. Kantor.

Noting on Islamist terror attacks, he said, "the year began and ended in a sea of blood and terror, with the massacres at the Charlie Hebdo offices and the Hyper Cacher in Paris during January and the slaughter of 130 people in Paris during November.”

“However, the number of violent anti-Semitic incidents worldwide decreased quite dramatically during 2015, especially after the first months of the year, in comparison to 2014.”

Elaborating, he revealed that 410 violent assaults were recorded in 2015, as compared to a full 766 in 2014, signifying a drop of 46%.

The reason for the drop in attacks according to Kantor was the massive deployment of security to Jewish institutions following the January attacks in Paris.

Proving his assertion he noted that at Jewish sites like cemeteries and memorials that were not given additional security the anti-Semitic incidents did not decrease at all, showing the drop in attacks was not due to a drop in anti-Semitic motivation.

Likewise he noted that in Central European and Scandinavian countries where security was not increased significantly for the Jewish community, the number of violent attacks did not notably decrease.

Labour's "progressive" anti-Semitism

“Yet while violent anti-Semitic incidents have gone down, the anti-Semitic attacks and slander against the Jewish People as a whole remains at the same level and perhaps higher,” said Kantor.

He noted on the massive anti-Semitism scandal currently surrounding the UK Labour party and the British National Union of Students.

"These are very worrying developments in major institutions like mainstream political parties, student unions and university campuses, creating an environment of institutional anti-Semitism."

“The recent events in the British Labour Party and the UK National Union of Students demonstrates that the Jews are once again targeted, this time by so-called progressive forces, when actually they uphold the most ancient and regressive of views and policies. I have long argued that the political spectrum is far more cyclical than we think and more and more elements of the far-Left have a lot in common with the far-Right, fascism and intolerance, especially regarding the Jews.”

After outlining the dangers of this type of "institutional anti-Semitism," Kantor spoke about methods to combat the phenomenon, including a universally accepted definition of anti-Semitism that can be used by legal and law enforcement agencies.

“Today we have an absurd situation where what constitutes anti-Semitism is defined by the anti-Semites,” Dr. Kantor said.

“Before combating anything the challenge first has to be defined. We will never be able to truly fight back against anti-Semites and significantly lower the levels of this newer insidious form of anti-Semitism until we define it.”

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Former London Mayor Ken Livingstone: The Establishment of Israel "Fundamentally Wrong"; In '32, Hitler Wanted to Deport the Zionists, Not to Kill Jews


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University of London Panel:
Solve Global Antisemitism By Annihilating Israel
BY ROBERT SPENCER


https://www.jihadwatch.org/2016/05/u...ilating-israel


More of the glories of the new multicultural Britain: Islamic antisemitism is now academically in vogue. It is a shame that no one in British academia has the wit or courage to ask Tariq Ali what accounted for Islamic antisemitism, and all antisemitism, before the State of Israel was founded.

University of London Panel Calls for Annihilation of Israel as Solution to Global Antisemitism,” by Lea Speyer, Algemeiner (http://www.algemeiner.com/2016/05/13...-antisemitism/), May 13, 2016:

Speakers at a Wednesday evening University of London Student Union (ULSU)-sponsored panel called for the destruction of Israel as a solution to ridding the world of antisemitism, The Algemeiner has learned from a British watchdog group.

According to a UK Media Watch report, several panelists issued the calls during an event centered on the theme of antisemitism in the Labour Party and how the current scandal is being used to silence critics of Israel and bring down party leader Jeremy Corbyn. A leaflet handed out at the beginning of the panel, titled “Labour Jews Assert,” stated, “some people…are wielding ‘antisemitism’ allegations as a stick to beat the Corbyn leadership.”

Speaker Tariq Ali — a British Pakistani writer, journalist and filmmaker, who is an outspoken supporter of Hamas — said the annihilation of Israel would greatly benefit both Palestinians and Israelis. Antisemitism, according to Ali, is a result of the creation of a Jewish state, and once Israel is wiped off the map, antisemitism will disappear. Ali’s calls for a one-state solution were seconded by fellow speaker John Rose, a notorious anti-Israel and anti-Zionist author.

Ali also accused Israel of branding those who criticize the country as antisemites, stating, “This is not a decision that was taken here [in Britain] or in Washington, DC. This was a decision that was taken by the Israeli government in Israel.” He referred to the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement as the “first mass non-violent movement to get Palestinian rights and defend Palestinian rights.”

Ali said the Holocaust “taught as a unique crime is not helpful” and minimizes other global atrocities. “If what is being done with Muslim communities today were being done to the Jews again, how many would tolerate it? Very few. And these are the double standards,” he said.

Also present at the panel was Weyman Bennett of Unite Against Fascism, Arthur Goodman of Jews for Justice for Palestinians, Lindsey German of Stop the War Coalition, and “As a Jew” activist Walter Wolfgang.

According to the report, Goodman said Jewish organizations should not be allowed to take part in defining antisemitism, due to a conflict of interest. He claimed Israel “ethnically cleansed” Palestinians in 1948, referring to it as the Nakba, Arabic for “catastrophe.” Echoing Goodman’s ideas on the Nakba, Wolfgang asserted that Palestinians were “driven out of their habitations” in 1948 and called for Israel to withdraw to pre-1967 borders, which the government of Israel has said repeatedly would make the country indefensible.

Bennett praised the Left for its fight against antisemitism, citing his organization’s protest against Hungarian party Jobbik leader Gábor Vona’s visit to the UK in January 2014. German called for open criticism of the political ideology of Zionism and argued that many Jews do not support the state of Israel….

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Exclamation France attacker stabs rabbi shouting Allahu Akbar

Strasbourg stabbing:
Jewish rabbi knifed by man shouting 'Allahu Akbar' in daylight attack
The stabbing took place in the north east city of Strasbourg, near the German border
BY ANTHONY BOND


http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-n...knifed-8663645


A Jewish rabbi has been stabbed by a knifeman in a sickening broad daylight attack.

The stabbing took place in the Jewish quarter of the north east French city of Strasbourg.

The attacker was restrained by a witness before being arrested by police following the broad daylight attack in the middle of the street.

As reported by French news site DNA, several witnesses heard the man shout Allahu Akbar when carrying out the assault.

The 62-year-old Hasidic man does not have serious injuries. He is thought to be in a stable condition in hospital.

Sources close to the investigation say terrorism has already been ruled out, with the attacker thought to have mental health problems.

The attack took place at about 11.45am in the Jewish quarter of the city.

The victim - named locally as Mr Levy - was said to be wearing religious garments when he was attacked.

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Exclamation Nazi salutes greet Israeli national team in Italy

Nazi salutes greet Israeli national team in Italy
Italian fans boo Israeli anthem, give Nazi salute at World Cup qualifier


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The Israel Football Association has complained to the Italian Football Federation after two Italian fans were thrown out of Monday's 2018 World Cup qualifier between the national teams in Haifa for giving the Nazi salute during the Italian national anthem.

Police chose to only remove the fans and didn't arrest them. Italy supporters were also recorded booing during the Israeli national anthem ‘Hatikva’, with several others being seen taunting religious Jewish fans and spitting at them.

"The Israeli Football Association will send the photos to the Italian federation with which we have a warm and brave relationship so that it can find and prosecute the sickening minority that wanted to tarnish the visiting fans, their team and their country," read an IFA statement.

Italian Football Federation President Carlo Tavecchio called the Israeli ambassador to Italy, Francesco Maria Talo, to condemn the incident, saying that he hopes "the relevant authorities can determine as soon as possible what happened and identify those responsible." Italy won the match 3-1.

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Exclamation European Jews afraid to go to synagogue for holidays

European Jews afraid to go to synagogue for holidays
‘70% of European Jews won’t go to shul on High Holy Days despite heightened security’
By TAMARA ZIEVE


http://www.jpost.com/Diaspora/70-per...ecurity-468210


Seventy percent of European Jews will not go to synagogue on Rosh Hashana or Yom Kippur this year, according to a poll released Tuesday. The survey was conducted last week by the European Jewish Association (EJA) and the Rabbinical Center of Europe (RCE) among a representative sample of 700 capital cities and communities in the periphery throughout Europe - from Britain in the west to Ukraine in the east.

Respondents --which numbered 78-- included rabbis as well as Jewish community leaders, both religious and secular. The margin of error was ±4.9%. The pollsters explained that while the number of respondents is far lower than the number of communities represented, each respondent speaks for multiple communities as within certain cities and areas, many communities share similar characteristics.

Participants in the online survey were asked: if there was an increase or decrease in the number of registered individuals in their Jewish communities in comparison with last year; whether there was an increase or decrease in the number of Jews expected to attend synagogue on the High Holy Days in comparison with last year; how concerned they and their community members are by the increase in anti-Semitism in their countries; and whether there was heightened security at Jewish institutes in their community in light of the increase in terror attacks in Europe in the past year.

Approximately half of Jewish communities across the continent reported a decline in the number of active members in their community, while only 11% reported a rise in members and 39% of the communities reported no change in the number of registered community members.

Meanwhile 75% of the communities reported increased security measures taken by their respective governments. EJA and RCE General Director Rabbi Menachem Margolin said that this was in light of an increase in anti-Semitism since last year’s High Holy Days and the vast majority of community leaders reported increased security and policing measures around Jewish schools, synagogues and other affiliated institutions.

This poll is conducted on an annual basis and having analyzed the results and compared them with previous years, the EJA deducted that the drop in synagogue attendance is a direct result of increased anti-Semitism. Rabbi Margolin told The Jerusalem Post that while other factors do come into play, such as secularization, a comparison with previous years shows that security concerns are the main factor.

"The challenge for most of the Jewish communities has doubled in recent months," stated Rabbi Margolin. He cited an increase in attacks on Jewish individuals, institutions and communities, which he partly blamed on the influx of refugees to Europe. He also pointed to a growing influence of the far right across the continent.

Participants in the online survey were asked: if there was an increase or decrease in the number of registered individuals in their Jewish communities in comparison with last year; whether there was an increase or decrease in the number of Jews expected to attend synagogue on the High Holy Days in comparison with last year; how concerned they and their community members are by the increase in anti-Semitism in their countries; and whether there was heightened security at Jewish institutes in their community in light of the increase in terror attacks in Europe in the past year.


Approximately half of Jewish communities across the continent reported a decline in the number of active members in their community, while only 11% reported a rise in members and 39% of the communities reported no change in the number of registered community members.

Meanwhile 75% of the communities reported increased security measures taken by their respective governments. EJA and RCE General Director Rabbi Menachem Margolin said that this was in light of an increase in anti-Semitism since last year’s High Holy Days and the vast majority of community leaders reported increased security and policing measures around Jewish schools, synagogues and other affiliated institutions.

This poll is conducted on an annual basis and having analyzed the results and compared them with previous years, the EJA deducted that the drop in synagogue attendance is a direct result of increased anti-Semitism. Rabbi Margolin told The Jerusalem Post that while other factors do come into play, such as secularization, a comparison with previous years shows that security concerns are the main factor.

"The challenge for most of the Jewish communities has doubled in recent months," stated Rabbi Margolin. He cited an increase in attacks on Jewish individuals, institutions and communities, which he partly blamed on the influx of refugees to Europe. He also pointed to a growing influence of the far right across the continent.

http://www.jpost.com/Diaspora/70-per...ecurity-468210
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Exclamation French Jews Flee to Israel

French Jews Flee to Israel
By Michele Chabin, Special for USA TODAY


http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/w...rael/91217480/

Corrections & clarifications: A previous version of this story misstated the name of the think tank Dov Maimon works with.

PARIS — Yael Haccoun and her family are Orthodox Jews from the working-class Paris suburb of Sarcelles, but they flew to Israel in late September to start a new life and escape the anti-Semitism around them.

“French people think that it’s natural when Jews are targeted” in terror attacks, said Haccoun, 33, as she waited with her husband and their three children here at the airport. "The fact that the army must protect Jewish schools and synagogues isn’t normal.”

She said her family watched in horror in July 2014 as a demonstration protesting Israel’s war with Hamas turned into an anti-Semitic rampage. Dozens of young men chanting “God is great” in Arabic and “death to the Jews” attacked Jewish-owned businesses with clubs and fire bombs.

The number of French Jews immigrating to Israel rose from 1,900 in 2011 to nearly 8,000 last year, said Jacques Canet, president of La Victoire, the great synagogue of Paris. He said the country’s 500,000 to 600,000 French Jews — the third largest Jewish population in the world — “feel threatened."

“Increasingly, Jews in Paris, Marseilles, Toulouse, Sarcelles feel they can’t safely wear a kippah (yarmulke, or skull cap) outside their homes or send their children to public schools, where Muslim children bully Jewish children,” Canet said.

A poll by the French Institute of Public Opinion in January showed 43% of France's Jewish Community are considering a move to Israel, and 51% said they have "been threatened" because they are Jewish.

Those with enough money have moved to more upscale areas within France or to Canada, England or the United States, Canet said. The wealthy, staunch Zionists and those who can’t afford to send their children to private Jewish schools go to Israel.

Moshe Sabbag, rabbi of La Victoire, believes “100%” of France’s Jews are thinking of moving, but that prospect is daunting. The majority of France’s Jews immigrated to France in the 1950s and 1960s from North African Muslim countries.

French Jews “love France, they love French culture, they want to stay,” Sabbag said just before leading Friday night services at the synagogue. “But Jews were targeted during huge demonstrations against the 2014 Gaza war. They were killed in Toulouse and Hypercacher,” he said, referring to the 2012 attack on a Jewish school that killed four people and the 2015 attack on a kosher Paris supermarket that left four dead. Muslim extremists carried out both attacks.

Although 2015 was a record year for French immigration to Israel, the numbers this year are lower. As of August 2016, 40% fewer Jews had arrived, compared to the same period last year, according to the Jewish Agency for Israel.

Dov Maimon, a senior fellow at the Jewish People Policy Institute, a think tank, said there are a number of reasons for the decline.

“First, Jews in France are feeling more secure because the (French) prime minister has beefed up security around Jewish institutions, while the increase in terror attacks this winter in Israel may have scared off some people. It may also be that the most ideologically driven Jews have already immigrated,” Maimon said.

The biggest factor, Maimon said, “is that the Israeli prime minister promised French Jews he would take care of them if they came to Israel. They believed Israel would provide them with jobs and housing, but France is a welfare state. Israel is not.”

He pointed out that 100 French immigrant families have returned to France so far this year.

Despite some governmental and agency assistance, “they didn’t find jobs, their kids didn’t learn Hebrew, and French Jews still in France say, ‘I don’t want to be like them.’"

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein believes the assistance is making a difference. Eckstein, founder of the International Fellowship for Christians and Jews, said his group provided plane tickets, $1,000 and other services to 700 new French immigrants during the past two years, including 70 people on the Haccouns' flight.

“Our volunteers meet every person who arrives. We help them find a place to live and a school for their children. We help them write a resume and pay for day care so they can look for a job," Eckstein said.

In the Sarcelles suburb, Rabbi Yaakov Bitton, head of an Orthodox Jewish elementary school, asked his students to raise their hands if their families planned to move to Israel. Almost every child did.

“Twenty years ago there were 30,000 Jews in Sarcelles. Today there are 15,000,” Bitton said.

Despite the exodus, Bitton’s son Mendel, who is also a rabbi, is building a yeshiva in the town. “We believe that there is a future for Jews here," Mendel Bitton said.

Toulouse residents Michelle Aiache, 65, and her husband Roger, 71, left for Israel from Paris on the same flight as the Haccoun family.

Security fears played a role in their decision to move, but “the main reason is because our three children and all five grandchildren live in Jerusalem,” Michelle Aiache said. “We’re not fleeing from France. We’re going to Israel.”

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/w...rael/91217480/
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Angry German Nazis target Jewish institutions

German Nazis target Jewish institutions
Police investigate neo-Nazi group which distributed addresses of Jewish institutions on Kristallnacht anniversary
By Arutz Sheva Staff



http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/220125


German police launched an investigation Thursday after the addresses of Jewish institutions were published on Facebook by neo-Nazis on the anniversary of the 1938 pogroms against Jews.

A map pointing out locations of almost 70 synagogues, Jewish kindergartens, schools, memorials, businesses, restaurants and cemeteries was posted on the Facebook page of a far-right Berlin group, reported Tagesspiegel daily.

The words "Jews among us!" appeared in the Gothic font used by Nazis on the map published on Wednesday, November 9, the day which marks the pogroms known as "Kristallnacht" or "Night of the Broken Glass".

"A criminal complaint was filed over suspicion of incitement," a police spokeswoman told AFP, adding that Berlin officers were investigating.

An anti-far-right group called MBR, which had spotted the map on Facebook, together with the office of Green lawmaker Volker Beck informed the Jewish institutions listed to warn them of the neo-Nazi post, according to the Tagesspiegel.

The map was a chilling reminder of the lists of Jewish addresses published on the night of the 1938 pogroms.

During attacks of November 9 and 10, Nazi thugs plundered Jewish businesses throughout Germany, torched synagogues and rounded up about 30,000 Jewish men for deportation to concentration camps.

At least 90 Jews were killed in the violence.

The AFP contributed to this report.

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/220125
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Anti-Semitism in Britain’s Labour Party: Rotting from the head down


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