According to a study, 45% of Jewish parents in France ask their children to hide their identity

A study published by the Jewish People’s Political Institute (JPPI) shows an increase in antisemitism around the world, particularly in France and Germany.

In France, 20% of people of the Jewish faith have suffered a physical attack of an antisemitic nature, 37% say they live in a feeling of insecurity frequently or regularly.

45% of French Jewish parents ask their children not to reveal their religion.

The antisemitism revealed by the JPPI study also makes it possible to define the sources of this hatred which are found in progressive movements but also and always in those of the extreme right which are regaining a certain popularity in Europe.

The JPPI calls on the Israeli government to strengthen its ties with the Jews of the Diaspora and to step up its fight against antisemitism in the world.


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