Leading Jewish thinkers in France are warning that a doubling of anti-Semitism in the country and an alarming rise in anti-Jewish violence may lead to a new mass “exodus.”
“Jihadism and Nazism… are two faces of the same evil,” Moshe Kantor, head of the European Jewish Congress, told a Holocaust forum in Prague on Monday, as he warned France was “close to” a new exodus.
Immigration into Israel has nearly doubled since the start of 2015, according to the Institute for Jewish Policy Research. Israel’s summer operation in Gaza definitely didn’t help, but it is still the old fear of a sparked hatred that haunts Europe’s Jews. The Charlie Hebdo shootings and ensuing events, including the hostage-taking at the Jewish store, are a testament to rising fears.
The alarm bells are even ringing out from the top of the Israeli government, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recommending his fellow Jews to come home to avoid anti-Semitism.
A mass “exodus” from France could see up to 600,000 Jews affected, as it is among the European countries with the biggest Jewish populations.
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