Many Jews in Europe are concerned about the growth of anti-Semitism in the world, especially in online discussions, a survey from the European Union Agency for Fundamental Human Rights said.
The survey involved about six thousand Jews from eight EU countries. About three-quarters of respondents believe that anti-Semitism on the Internet was taking more serious forms.
According to the agency director Morten Kjaerum, the survey results suggest the existence of two forms of anti-Semitism. One of them, Kjaerum called "traditional," while the second one is rooted in the modern conflict in the Middle East.
"The tests of the missile with characteristics prohibited under the Treaty took place only 16 days after Washington completed the denunciation of the said Treaty. It is obvious that it was not improvisation," Putin said