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Official: More Attacks on Jews in Europe

Attacks against Jews in Europe have reached the highest level since World War II, an official who tracks the incidents said Monday, an increase that coincides with heightened tensions in the Middle East. Rabbi Marvin Hier, speaking at an international conference on religious tolerance, cited a series of attacks in France and Britain on Jewish schools, temples and cemeteries. “A new generation of haters has been brought up and are ready to act,” said Hier, dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles, which organized the three-day conference with the United Nations to discuss ways to try to reverse the trend. Since 2001, the center has documented 1,300 anti-Semitic acts in France. In Britain, records show 1,308 attacks against Jews from 1998-2001. Full Story

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