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Jerusalem Report: How can antisemitism be fought in schools?

In as much as Austria appreciates EJC President Dr. Moshe Kantor, Dr. Kantor appreciates Austria, for the giant strides it has made in revitalizing Jewish life, making Jews feel at home in Austria and an integral part of Austrian society, honoring the memories of the victims of the Holocaust, and cracking down on antisemitism.

i24News : European Union presents its first antisemitism strategy

Recent rise in antisemitic attacks and hate speech spurs EU to adopt...

Dr. Moshe Kantor: “The struggle against racism cannot be hijacked by antisemites”

"The Durban Conference, its participants and its resolutions can never be anti-racist if they exclude Jews and Jewish experiences of racism. No single one of the 27 member states of the EU must gratify it with its presence," writes EJC President Dr. Moshe Kantor in an Op-Ed in the Jerusalem Post.

Dr. Moshe Kantor : “La lutte contre le racisme, la discrimination, la xénophobie et l’intolérance mérite mieux que Durban”

Avant même de commencer, et compte tenu de son historique sulfureux aux relents antisémites, la Conférence de Durban IV a déjà fait couler beaucoup d’encre. Lisez la carte blanche du Président du CJE, Dr. Moshe Kantor dans Le Soir.

The Jerusalem Post : “Polish Law preventing restitution of Jewish property passes in Senate”

“This is not just another law, it is legalized theft, and the language is written in such a way that it implicitly seeks to single out Jews as undeserving of retrieving what was stolen from them,” said EJC President Moshe Kantor.

Jewish Press: European Jewry Underlines Need for IHRA Antisemitism Definition As Attacks Skyrocket

The recent rise in antisemitism during the conflict between Israel and Hamas demonstrates the importance of the definition established with its examples by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, European Jewish Congress President Dr. Moshe Kantor said this week.

Op-Ed by Dr. Moshe Kantor in the Jerusalem Post: “Attacks on Jews, as Jews, are always antisemitic”

"Attacks on Jews and Jewish targets are always motivated by antisemitism, no matter the attempt to contextualize them with geopolitical events 3,000 miles away," writes EJC President Moshe Kantor in an op-ed in the Jerusalem Post.

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EJC applauds Romanian bill making the study of Jewish history and the Holocaust mandatory

The European Jewish Congress has welcomed the adoption of a bill in the Romanian Parliament making the study of Jewish history and the Holocaust a mandatory subject in the curricula of high-schools in the country.