The world can fight terrorism and still succeed — as Israel has, but it means letting go of the kind of hatred and one-sided bias against Israel that is shown in the United Nations and many other organizations.
European officials are in Israel, studying how the Jewish State defends itself on a daily basis from 'lone wolf' terrorists who became indoctrinated through any number of ways, including television or social media.
Sharansky – speaking at an event hosted by the Gatestone Institute, a New York-based think tank specializing in strategy and defense issues – was putting the recent terrorist attacks into the broader context of the distinction between “free societies” and “fear societies.”
Marking International Holocaust Day, Jean-Claude Juncker issued a statement in which he warned of the effects of rising anti-Semitism in Europe, adding that "a Europe without Jews would be no longer Europe."
The U.S. State Department’s annual report on international religious freedom describes that anti-Semitism continues “to be a major problem around the globe with increases in anti-Semitic incidents recorded in many countries.”