“The proportion of Jews residing in Europe is about the same as it was at the time of Benjamin of Tudela, a Jewish medieval traveler, in 1170.”
Experts are working to figure out how to clean and restore the gravestones in the medieval Jewish cemetery in the German city of Worms.
Assaults in a British Jewry watchdog’s report increased by 27%, a record, and Labour Party anti-Semitism accounted for 45% percent of the incidents.
European anti-Semitism is a hatred with many faces.
“Look, there’s this phenomenal heritage we have here. Let’s not just weep about it: Let’s bring it out into the public.”
The unprecedented move follows the renaming of a street named for one anti-Semite and the removal of a plaque celebrating another quisling.
A plaque bearing “Heil Hitler” was also discovered at the site
The human remains were found near the village of Popricani, the site of a massacre of Jews carried out by Romanian troops allied with the Nazis.
The victim, an orthodox Jewish man, is “absolutely traumatized” and unable to return to work.
Despite efforts to curb the anti-Semitism, one “can no longer ignore that Jews are unsafe walking the streets of Europe.”