Europe Faces New Wave of Anti-Semitism, Conference on Anti-Semitism in Balkans Warns
Bled, 22 October - Anti-Semitism, once wide-spread in Nazi Germany and Communist Soviet Union, is still not a thing of the past, as recent years have seen a new wave of anti-Semitism appear in Europe. The main characteristics of the new form of Jew hatred is that it is no longer just an extremist conviction, but an acceptable view even in intellectual circles, warned secretary general of the World Jewish Congress at an international conference "Jews and Anti-Semitism in the Balkans" which kicked off Monday at the Slovenian lake-side resort of Bled.
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