Europe and Antisemitism – Panel Discussion – Thursday 19 February

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Across Europe, it seems that the oldest hatred of Anti-Semitism is once again rearing its ugly head. With attacks against Jews on the increase across the continent, sometimes related to Israel and sometimes not, it is unsurprising that whole Jewish communities have begun to look nervously at exit signs. This has been particularly marked in France – where 1% of the community left last year following a spate of incidents, with more expected to follow in the wake of the Hypercacher hostage crisis in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attacks. Nor has Britain been immune from the problem, with the summer of 2014 seeing a surge of Anti-Semitic incidents that has left Jewish citizens feeling extremely uncomfortable.

Of course, this is not just an issue for Jews – as France’s Prime Minister recently stated: “If 100000 Jews leave, France will no longer be France.” The return of largescale Anti-Semitism therefore threatens not just Jewish futures, but also those of all Europeans.

So is there a safe Jewish future in Europe? And more generally, what does the upsurge in Anti-Semitism mean for European society?

Join our high-profile panel to hear their thoughts and to pose your questions for them to answer.

Thursday 19th February 2015

6:45 pm

Venue: Central Synagogue, 36-40 Hallam Street, London W1W 6NW

Book by phone: 020 7580 1355 or email: bookings@centralsynagogue.org.uk or online.

 

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Event information

Event:
Europe and Antisemitism – Panel Discussion – Thursday 19 February
Start:
Thursday 19th February at 6:45pm
End:
Thursday 19th February at 8:30pm
Cost:
£5 donation
Organizer:
The Henry Jackson Society
Venue:
Central Synagogue London
Phone:
020 7580 1355
Address:
36 Hallam Street, London, W1W 6NW, United Kingdom

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