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The WJC had initially intended to bring over 50 people who were born in the Bergen-Belsen Displaces Persons camp back to where they were born, but the initiative was postponed due to COVID-19.
"Next year, let’s hope that the month of February will pass without a single disturbance of this kind."
'When we say never again, we need to mean it'
According to the World Jewish Congress, about 6,500 Jews live in New Zealand.
Called the Antisemitism Accountability Project, or A.S.A.P., the project's mission, as described by WJC president, is targeting politicians at any level who engage in antisemitic discourse.
"Israel is not going away," she told the audience at the award ceremony in Manhattan.
WJC president to address Rome conference on coexistence tomorrow
The survey was commissioned by the World Jewish Congress.
#9: Ronald S. Lauder
Half of millennials are unable to name a Nazi death camp