Antisemitism in Greece today

Looking into the phenomenon of antisemitism in 21st century Greece, this report concludes that "after Auschwitz" antisemitism is not eradicated in Greece nor in the rest of Europe, but, on the contrary, it is on the rise as recent surveys indicate.
The current research looks into the causes and expression of antisemitism in Greece, proposing measures and policies effectively dealing with the phenomenon, based on the assumption that the Holocaust was an unprecedented crime against humanity that cannot be time-barred. The researchers Giorgos Antoniou, Spyros Kosmidis, Elias Dinas and Leon Saltiel confirm in their work earlier studies, registering antisemitism in Greece as high and indeed as the highest percentage in the European continent (about 70%).

July 11, 2017
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