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Die Zeit reports about anti-Semitism in Europe - and refers to the Athena Institute

Germany’s most acknowledged political weekly presents a continent-wide panorama about European anti-Semitism, a phenomena with different root-causes, but similarly harmful consequences.

With regard to the tensions in the Netherlands and Sweden, the Die Zeit raises questions concerning the broader responsibility of societies that seem to be unable to tackle with the issues of immigration. Writing about Hungary, the newspaper - also referring to the Hate Groups Map of the Athena Institute - draws a mixed picture about the situation of the Hungarian Jewish Community, the larger one in the Eastern half of Europe, that enjoyed a renaissance in the past two decade, but is now under pressure from anti-Semitism - a phenomena that also causes harm to the broader Hungarian society.

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