EJC in the media


The Times: “The authorities have the prime responsibility and duty to protect all their citizens” says EJC President

“While we have confidence in the commitment of the German government to the fight against antisemitism, there are still serious security gaps", EJC President Moshe Kantor said.

National Catholic Register: Pope Francis and the Fight Against Antisemitism

Two weeks after the Kantor Report was issued, on May 15, Pope Francis reminded the world that the Catholic Church’s response to antisemitism remains relevant and important.

Jerusalem Post : EJC called on EU States to adopt the IHRA working definition on antisemitism

As Europe grapples with a rising tide of antisemitism, the European Commission held its first-ever working group on the matter.

Jewish Journal : “Antisemitism questions the very continuation of Jewish life in Europe”

EJC President Moshe Kantor, said that among Jews in many European countries there is a “sense of emergency,” with concerns about both personal safety and their place in society.

Jerusalem Post: “Extremist parties are a danger to Europe, to democracy and pose a threat to minorities”

"Only through close political and economic cooperation can we ensure a peaceful and prosperous Europe, which is the best guarantee for the well-being of our community" said EJC President Moshe Kantor.

France 24 : “We don’t consider that peace is a given thing”

Whether it comes from the left or the right, both extremes are extremely negative... It spreads hatred, whether it is online or... through very violent physical attacks

Evening Standard: Football must be clean from antisemitism and racism

When you hear Ophir Revach explain the technology that can be used to combat antisemitism and racism in football stadia, it sounds like something from a James Bond movie.

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EJC expresses condemnation and concern after shooting which killed two outside Halle synagogue

EJC has expressed great concern and condemnation after two were killed in a shooting near a synagogue while the Jewish community was observing Yom Kippur in the eastern German city of Halle.

EJC President Moshe Kantor pays tribute to Serge Cwajgenbaum

EJC President Moshe Kantor pays tribute to Serge Cwajgenbaum z''l, who passed away on October 6th 2019.

Serge Cwajgenbaum z”l

EJC mourns the passing of our beloved founder and Secretary-General Serge Cwajgenbaum, z”l.