(JNS.org) Almost one-third (29 percent) of
European Jews have considered emigrating over the past five years because they
did not feel safe as Jews 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.