Poll: Anti-Semitism Prompts Nearly One-Third Of European Jews To Mull Emigration


europeAlmost one-third (29 percent) of European Jews have considered emigrating over the past five years because they did not feel safe as a Jew in their home country, according to a new survey by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights.

Twenty-one percent of respondents said they experienced anti-Semitism through a physical attack or another form of harassment during the last year, and 52 percent said they fear their children will be subjected to a physical anti-Semitic attack. Seventy-six percent of respondents who experienced anti-Semitic harassment over the last five years said they did not report the harassment to any authorities.


{Matzav.com Newscenter}


  1. When the smog clears in the Nazi ridden nations in Europe and they realize that they have no more culture or friendships with Israel, we can all be glad that America and Israel are secure places for Israel to find a home today. Then the issue will not be whether to hate your neighbor; it will be why Hashem may have taken away your blessings of governance and discipline and your ways may not be marketable in a holier manner.

  2. Considering President Obama’s mistreatment of Jonathan Pollard and Israel and the fact that he has three years (!) left for his “lame-duck” (no accountability) presidency, perhaps we Americans should seriously consider immigration to Israel?