Statements

European Jewish Congress shocked by ICC prosecutor’s demand to arrest Israeli leaders

The European Jewish Congress is appalled by the decision of the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to request arrest warrants for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defence Minister Yoav Gallant on alleged war crimes charges.

EJC Condemns the Anti-Semitic Racial Theories of MEP Maciej Giertych Expressed in New Book

The MEP Maciej Giertych published an anti-Semitic pamphlet this week which uses the same pre-war racial theories that led to the Holocaust, in arguing that "Jewish civilization"has no place in Europe. The EJC denounces the publication of this text called "Civilisations at War in Europe"- which was presented to the public at the European Parliament this Wednesday in Strasbourg - and reserves the right to bring to court the author of this anti-Semitic text

EJC Welcomes Europe’s Firm Position on the Palestinian Unity Cabinet Agreement

The European Jewish Congress welcomes Europe's firm position on the national unity cabinet agreement concluded by Hamas and Fatah

EJC condemns antisemitic remarks made by Bulgarian MEP Dimitar Stoyanov

Dimitar Stoyanov, the youngest member of the European Parliament, whose country Bulgaria joined the EU twelve days ago, didn't wait for the official creation of an new extreme-right group in the parliament to give a racist, xenophobic and anti-Semitic tone to his political orientation

EJC condemns antisemitic remarks made by Bulgarian MEP Dimitar Stoyanov

Dimitar Stoyanov, the youngest member of the European Parliament, whose country Bulgaria...

EJC Condemns the Ill-Timed Release of British Holocaust Denier

The European Jewish Congress is extremely concerned by the decision of Austria's highest court to release the British Holocaust denier David Irving this week, at the same time as some European leaders are investigating ways to prosecute those who attended Iran's recent conference on Holocaust denial

EJC Welcomes European Council Statement Condemning Tehran Revisionist Conference

The European Jewish Congress welcomes the strong statement taken by the European Council on December 12th against the ugly Holocaust denial conference that took place in Tehran

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Events & Meetings

EJC hosts dinner in honour of the Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the EU

European Jewish Congress Vice-President Raya Kalenova hosted a dinner in honour of the upcoming Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.