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41% of young Jews in Europe plan to emigrate from the EU due to anti-Semitism. This is evidenced by the data from a fresh sociological survey published this week.

Forty-one percent of the 2,700 young Jews surveyed in Europe stated that they consider emigration to be the only possible way out because they do not feel safe in their countries. The data is based on a sociological survey conducted by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights in 2018. Among young respondents aged 16–34, 45% stated that they prefer not to wear or display clothes and items in public because they are concerned about their safety. The young Jews surveyed reside in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom. Overall, 44% of young European Jews surveyed said they were subject to anti-Semitic harassment, which is 12% higher than their elders in the survey are. According to the survey, eighty percent of young victims do not report harassment to the police or other authorities. Nearly two thirds, or 62%, of young respondents said they had a “strong attachment” to Israel, and this proportion is almost identical to the level of their attachment to their own countries. Only 35% reported that they had the same attitude towards the European Union. “Young Jewish Europeans are very attached to their Jewish identity. I am saddened that they fear for their security in Europe, do not dare to wear a kippah, and some even consider emigrating,” Věra Jourová, the European Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality, stated.

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