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9.6.2017. 9:51
Europski Židovski Kongres
The European Jewish Congress (EJC) applauds the European Parliament for passing a resolution endorsing the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) working definition of antisemitism and calls on EU member states to adopt and apply the definition.

Europski  Židovski kongres (EJC)  pohvaljuje Europski parlament koji je donio rezoluciju predloženu od IHRA,  koja se odnosi na radnu definici9ju antisemitizma i poziva članice EU da je prihvate i primjene.   T o je važan dan u borbi protiv mržnje i  traži zaštitu prava europskih Židova...

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In May 2016, the IHRA, an intergovernmental body comprising 31 countries, eleven observer nations and seven Permanent International Partners, adopted a definition of antisemitism in order to protect Jews from “rhetorical and physical manifestations of antisemitism directed toward Jewish or non-Jewish individuals and/or their property, toward Jewish community institutions and religious facilities.

So far, only the UK, Austria and Romania have legally adopted this IHRA definition.

The European Parliament resolution on combating antisemitism “calls on the Member States and European Union Institutions and Agencies to adopt and apply the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance´s (IHRA) working definition of antisemitism in order to strengthen judicial and law enforcement authorities in their efforts to identify and prosecute antisemitic attacks more efficiently and effectively and encourages the Member States to follow the example of UK and Austria in that regard.”

,.. .” Dr. Kantor said. “The EJC continues to work with European nations and institutions at the forefront of the fight against hate, intolerance and antisemitism and we look forward to ensuring that this vital step is implemented across the continent.”