The European Union’s executive branch, the European Commission, unveiled a nine-year strategy last week to counter anti-Semitism and foster Jewish life among its 27 member states. Within hours of its release, the strategy had won generous plaudits from Jewish organizational leaders, with the head of the European Jewish Congress, Moshe Kantor, hailing the 26-page document as an “unprecedented and vital document that will act as a roadmap to significantly reduce antisemitism in Europe and beyond.”
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It comes days after a report that revealed the demonization of Israel and of Jews in educational material.
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The European Union continues to invest millions in funding the Palestinian Authority’s educational system without demanding that it stop “indoctrinating its children to hate and kill,” stated a spokesperson for Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality declares the city ready for international tourists to start returning in May • “Incoming tourism is an integral part of the identity of Tel Aviv-Yafo,” says the city’s mayor.
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Israeli Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi meets with Israeli ambassadors to Europe to sum up the past year and set goals for the upcoming one.
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The case came to the European Union’s highest court in Luxembourg following a 2017 law in Belgium’s Flanders region prohibiting animal slaughter without stunning.
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The new report states that in 2019, at least three grants totaling 5.8 million euros (nearly $6.9 million) involve NGOs with ties to the PFLP.
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An exception for religious purposes exemplifies the European Union’s belief in freedom of religion, says Gerard Hogan.
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“The need for action is urgent with Holocaust survivors aging, and having domestic health and welfare needs, so that’s the nature of the focus that I have,” stresses Cherrie Daniels, the U.S. State Department’s Special Envoy for Holocaust Issues.
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European Union-sponsored research was a “comedy of errors from start to finish,” says international institute IMPACT-Se, which has a proven track record of examining P.A. schoolbooks.
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