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In Europe, episodes of anti-Semitism increased during the pandemic

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VIENNA – Anti-Semitism in the European Union has grown with the pandemic, reveals the latest report from the European Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA). Covid has had a profound impact on Jewish communities across Europe, giving new life to existing anti-Semitism, a phenomenon that continues to be followed with great concern by the Union but without a database capable of returning an updated photograph. and homogeneous of what is happening.

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