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89 percent of Jews in Europe complain that they are struggling with increasing anti-Semitism

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For 85 percent of respondents, anti-Semitism is the biggest problem in their country at the moment.
Especially in the past five years, anti-Semitism has increased again, the respondents said.

E in most of the Jews in Europe is a According to media report concern about a growing anti-Semitism. „Bild“ reported on a new survey by the European Fundamental Rights Agency FRA, in which 89 percent of the interviewed Jews from twelve EU countries had stated that anti-Semitism had increased in their country since 2013.

85 percent of respondents see anti-Semitism as currently the biggest problem in their countries. 38 percent are deceived with the idea of ​​emigrating. 28 percent said that they had been molested or attacked in the past year.

According to Bild, the survey involved 16,395 people from 12 EU countries, covering a total of 96 percent of the Jewish population in the European Union. A first FRA study on anti-Semitism in Europe was published in 2013.