Only a slim majority, 56%, of European Jews have a sense of security
The majority of the world’s Jews feel safe in their countries, according to a poll conducted amongst Jewish community leaders around the world. Israeli news site Ynet reports that 77% reported that they do not think that their constituents feel threatened in their places of residence, however only a slim majority of European Jews (56%) felt safe where they live.
Ahead of the 9th World Conference of Jewish Community Centers (JCC Global), which is being held in Jerusalem this week, JCC leaders were asked if their community members felt unsafe – only 21% said they felt this way, with about half of that number feeling that way due to the increase in anti-Semitism, and others due to anger felt towards Israel, local crime, the economic situation and the increase in migrants to Europe.
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