European agency warns of anti-Semitism online


Some 38% fear displaying symbols that might identify them as Jewish...

73 % of respondents in a survey believe anti-Semitism online has increased over the last five years

The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) released on 8 November the first-ever survey on the experiences and perception of the Jewish community living in Europe today about hate speech, exclusion, discrimination and anti-Semitism.

On the eve of the anniversary of the anti-Jewish pogroms that took place 75 years ago, FRA finds that the EU still faces serious challenges in the form of on-going racism, discrimination and anti-Semitism.

The survey was conducted among 5,847 self-i...

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