EU Report On Antisemitism Kept Under Wraps

The JTA reports, “A study on anti-Semitism in Europe was not released, reportedly because of political concerns. The study commissioned by the European Union was reportedly shelved early this year because it found that Muslims, as well as right-wing extremists, were mainly responsible for anti-Semitic incidents committed during May and June 2002, British news reports said. In addition, there may have been problems in separating anti-Israel activity from anti-Semitism. A spokesman for the European Monitoring Center on Racism and Xenophobia said the findings would be included in a larger study to be done next year.”

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