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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.

Financial Times : On Iran, Europe’s Jews have trust in Russia

The president of the European Jewish Congress (EJC), Moshe Kantor, believes in a joint action by Russia, the United States and Europe against the Iranian nuclear programme. However, he does not want to see the country isolated.

Israeli leaders support European Jewish Congress agenda focused on Iranian threat, antisemitism and assimilation

EJC Leaders Pledge to Continue Activities to Maintain Pressure on European Governments regarding the Iranian Threat, Expand Programming to Increase Jewish Awareness and Develop Innovative Ways to Combat Anti-Semitism

HAARETZ: “The Turkish Alternative” by EJC President Pierre Besnainou

Haaretz The Muslim world deserves a more respectable spokesman than Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the...

The 60th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau

On Thursday, January 27th, leaders from over 40 countries gathered at Auschwitz and in Krakow, Poland to mark the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, joining Holocaust survivors and liberators in what may be the last anniversary to be attended by so many survivors as well as the veterans who opened the camp's gates in 1945

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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.