A Shadow over Europe

A Shadow over Europe

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Anti-Semitism is a problem around the world, the hatred of Jews leading to violence in the Holy Land and elsewhere, and a problem that The Fellowship works to combat. And despite the knowledge that anti-Jewish hatred is growing in Europe, a new CNN poll and story by Richard Allen Greene further details just how rampant anti-Semitism is on the continent:

Anti-Semitic stereotypes are alive and well in Europe, while the memory of the Holocaust is starting to fade, a sweeping new survey by CNN reveals. More than a quarter of Europeans polled believe Jews have too much influence in business and finance. Nearly one in four said Jews have too much influence in conflict and wars across the world.

One in five said they have too much influence in the media and the same number believe they have too much influence in politics.

Meanwhile, a third of Europeans in the poll said they knew just a little or nothing at all about the Holocaust, the mass murder of some six million Jews in lands controlled by Adolf Hitler’s Nazi regime in the 1930s and 1940s.

Those are among the key findings of a survey carried out by pollster ComRes for CNN…

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