EJC calls on the police to investigate and arrest British Labour activist who called to march on synagogue for...

EJC is calling on the British law enforcement agencies to investigate and arrest a British Labour Party activist after saying people should “march” on the local synagogue to “defend” themselves for incitement to violence.

EJC condemns shooting at California synagogue, says that America is moving towards European levels of Antisemitism

EJC expresses condemnation and sorrow after a gunman opened fire inside a Chabad synagogue outside of San Diego, California, during Saturday morning service, killing a woman and wounding three more people.

EJC attends conference on Jewish life in Morocco at the Belgian Senate

EJC attended the conference “‘Living together’ in the 21th Century, being a Jew in Islamic Land: the case of Morocco”, which was held at the Belgian Senate on 23 April 2019.

EJC shocked and appalled by terror attacks on Christians and tourists in Sri Lanka

The European Jewish Congress (EJC) expresses its shock and deep condemnation of the terror attacks targeting churches and hotels in Sri Lanka

EJC’s Security and Crisis Centre Holds Unprecedented Conference on Security and Resilience

SACC by EJC held an unprecedented conference in the Belgian Senate today bringing together heads of security and Jewish community leaders with high ranking law enforcement, judicial, political and security experts from 24 countries across Europe.

EJC condemns massacre of Muslim worshippers in New Zealand

“We send our deepest condolences to the people of New Zealand and Muslims across the world at this painful time. We stand in solidarity with the families of the victims and pray for a speedy recovery for those injured. The Jewish communities of Europe stand with you in this hour of pain," said EJC President Dr. Moshe Kantor.

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EJC President Kantor expresses concern about a Jewish future in Europe after release of FRA report on young Jewish...

EJC President Dr. Moshe Kantor has expressed great concern over the results of the FRA report “Young Jewish Europeans: perceptions and experiences of antisemitism.”

The study, at the initiative of the European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS), critically records the experience of antisemitism among young European Jews, who are all too often the target of anti-Jewish hate.