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Study on Antisemitism in the Netherlands

By Judith Jeries | | Topics: diaspora
Photo: Yoav Ari Dudkevitch/Flash90

Almost half of all Dutch Jews hide their ethnicity, according to a recent study. Of the 557 Dutch Jews interviewed, 43 percent said they were afraid to expose themselves as such. For example, many will hide their Star of David pendant under their clothing, and will only wear a kippa (yarmulke) under a hat. They fear that to do otherwise would result in being assaulted.

Such fears are fueled by a rise in antisemitism in recent years. Forty-eight percent of respondents said...

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