Anti-Semitic attacks on the rise across Europe: German, French and Italian foreign ministers condemn growing hostility against Jews in wake of Gaza conflict

For every cause, there is an effect.

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Participants of a pro-Gaza demonstration hold a poster depicting Israeli's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Berlin authorities announced today they've banned pro-Gaza protesters from chanting anti-Semitic slogansParticipants of a pro-Gaza demonstration hold a poster depicting Israeli’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Berlin authorities announced today they’ve banned pro-Gaza protesters from chanting anti-Semitic slogans

. Ministers: ‘anti-Semitic rhetoric has no place in our societies’
. Germany: pro-Palestinians are chanting race-hate slogans against them
. Recent Israeli military action in Gaza has killed hundreds of Palestinians

By Jill Reillyand Allan Hall

The foreign ministers of Germany, France and Italy today condemned the rise in anti-Semitic protests and violence over the conflict in Gaza, saying they will do everything possible to combat it in their countries.

‘Anti-Semitic rhetoric and hostility against Jews, attacks on people of Jewish belief and synagogues have no place in our societies,’ German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, France’s Laurent Fabius and Italy’s Federica Mogherini said in a joint statement issued in Brussels.

The three said that while they respect demonstrators’ freedom of speech and right to…

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