Global protests against antisemitism to take place on Sunday

Calling to “recruit world governments against this disease” the World Zionist Organization announces March 10 as a date to protest violence against Jews.

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March 9, 2019 20:51
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A global march against antisemitism organized by the World Zionist Organization's Department for Countering Antisemitism will take place on March 10.
 
"An intolerable reality is raising its head in front of our eyes," the WZO stated in a press release. “Antisemitic incidents and violent events taking place every day around the world.” 

In Israel, the rally will take place in front of the National Institutions Building, 48 King George, Jerusalem at 2 PM and simultaneous rallies will be held in various cities throughout the world. 
WZO vice-chairman Yaakov Hagoel stated, "I am inviting all those reading this article to attend one of these assemblies, to call for a relentless struggle against this horrific malaise and to make this call heard: antisemitism stops here – hate stops here and now!"


The rallies are being co-sponsored by the Zionist Federations, the World Union of Jewish Students, the Conference of European Rabbis and other groups.

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