Czech gov't recognizes definition of antisemitism

The definition, which has been adopted by the governments of several European countries, is non-binding.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
January 27, 2019 23:48
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(JTA) — The lower house of the Czech Parliament recognized the international definition of antisemitism.

The resolution to recognize the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance definition of antisemitism passed on Friday during a session to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, observed on Sunday.

The definition, which has been adopted by the governments of several European countries, is non-binding.

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