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November 5, 2015 10:47 am

Survey Says Most Jews Feel Safe in Home Countries

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The world's Jews feel secure in their countries, according to a new poll. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

Most Jews feel secure in their home countries, according to a new poll. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

The world’s Jews feel secure in their countries, including in Europe: In a survey conducted among Jewish community leaders in different places around the world, 77 percent reported that their members do not feel threatened in their places of residence, including 56 percent of European Jews.

Only 21 percent said their community members felt unsafe — about half of them due to the growth in antisemitism, and others because of the anger towards Israel, local criminal crime, the economic situation, the immigration problem in Europe, etc.

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  • Florres

    I don’t believe this survey.

    These people who have agendas on this have historically always lied, and most of the time gotten away with it.

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