Die antisemitische Website „Judas-Watch“ ist wieder online. Im Januar wurde sie in Deutschland indiziert. Nun werden wieder hunderte jüdische Personen, darunter der Präsident der European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS) Bini Guttmann, an den Online-Pranger gestellt.
The European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS) condemns the decision made by The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) to release a list of organisations doing business in Israeli settlement areas, acting upon a resolution passed by the Human Rights Council in 2016.
CALL FOR APPLICANTS: We have partnered with the Jewish Refugee Aid Organization HIAS and have put together a program that enables a cohort of young European Jews to volunteer at HIAS field offices, possibly in Ecuador, Greece or Panama for a period of 8 to 10 weeks, guided by Jewish values during the summer of 2020!
EUJS is concerned with the rise of populism in Europe. Populist leaders often oppose to multiculturalism and pluralism, which is a threat to Jewish communities and to all minorities in the continent.