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The world is going backwards on nuclear proliferation – this is not a mistake we can afford to make

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Holocaust Memorial Day: Only eternal vigilance can prevent a return to the hatred of the 1930s

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Threat Towards Jews As High Today As At Any Point Since Second World War

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Placing European Jewry back on the map

For many generations we have been told that European Jewry is in...

When calls for murder do not violate social media community standards, we have a problem

A short while ago I received an email about a Facebook post...

Anjem Choudary’s Conviction Is A Victory For Tolerance

The conviction of Anjem Choudary is a victory for tolerance. For too...

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EJC President Kantor praises the Pope for impromptu visit to Holocaust survivor

EJC President Dr. Moshe Kantor praised Pope Francis who visited a Holocaust survivor in her Rome apartment to pay tribute to all those who suffered from what he called “the craziness of Nazi populism.”

At IHRD event, Dr. Moshe Kantor calls on EU member states to ensure that Holocaust survivors receive COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible

During a joint International Holocaust Remembrance Day event, co-hosted with the European Commission, EJC President Dr. Moshe Kantor called on the member states of the European Union to ensure that Holocaust survivors have access to a Covid-19 vaccine as soon as possible.

EJC to host joint International Holocaust Remembrance Day event with the European Commission

The European Jewish Congress, will host an online event marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day on 25 January 2021 at 16:00 CET in cooperation with the European Commission.

The event will feature EJC President Dr. Moshe Kantor, Margaritis Schinas, Vice-President of the European Commission, and Holocaust survivor Tomi Reichental.