Demonstrators carrying Palestinian flags turned their backs on a Dutch chief rabbi during his eulogy at a vigil for Muslims killed in New Zealand.
There was a 19 per cent increase in antisemitic incidents in the Netherlands in 2018, according to the Dutch community watchdog CIDI.
The Dutch Green Left Party became the Netherlands’ first mainstream political movement to endorse a boycott of Israel.
The Dutch centre-left Labour Party (PvdA) has adopted the IHRA working definition of antisemitism.
Dutch police arrested five supporters of the Feyenoord team for allegedly singing an increasingly popular chant about burning Jews at a match.
PGGM, a major Dutch pensions group has reversed its 2014 blacklisting of Israeli banks.