ARD, the consortium of public televisions in Germany, will finally broadcast Wednesday evening a documentary on the rise of anti-Semitismthe in Europe that French-German channel ARTE refused to show because it is ‘’too pro-Israel.’’
The Swiss Council of States, the upper house of the country’s parliament, has voted a resolution which directs the government to ''amend the laws, ordinances and regulations'' to prevent funding to NGOs ''involved in racist, anti-Semitic or hate incitement actions.''
During a meeting with German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel, Rabbi Yehuda Teichtal, Rabbi of the Jewish community of Berlin, expressed the growing anxiety and concern of German Jewry due to increasing radicalism in the country that stems from Syrian refugees
Anti-Semitic banners showing British Prime Minister Theresa May wearing a Star of David which were unveiled by Labour party supporters in Bristol one day before the election have been removed by activists following a series of complaints.
36-year-old Manlio Di Stefano, who is the head of the Italian Five Star Movement's Foreign Affairs Committee, has raised a lot of controversy for publishing a comment on his Facebook page against the Italian vote at UNESCO in favor of Israel.
Despite a call by the head of Central Council of Jews in Germany, Josef Schuster, the Franco-German TV network ARTE has refused to broadcast an undercover film on the rise of anti-Semitism in Europe because it is considered ‘‘pro-Israel.