The Detroit Free Press reports,

On Thursday, world leaders — a king and queen, presidents and prime ministers — gathered in Poland to mark the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp, where 1 million people, mostly Jews, were murdered.

But as the world focused on the past, an increasing number of European Jews are concerned — to quote Sammy Ghozlan, a retired Calais police chief who now investigates anti-Semitic crimes — that “after decades of peace, the old taboos against anti-Semitism are broken. There is no future here for a Jew.”

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