The Anne Frank House notes with great concern and disgust the anti-Jewish sentiments.

Anti-Jewish sentiments

April 1979. A Jewish memorial is plastered with swastika's. (Copyright: ANP)

The Anne Frank House notes with great concern and disgust the anti-Jewish sentiments erupting in our country and abroad due to the violent conflict in Gaza.

How to deal with antisemitism

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Serious antisemitic incidents have occurred at various places, from shouting antisemitic slogans and threats to the plastering of synagogues and the use of physical violence.

Support and protests based on deeply felt loyalties are always legitimate provided they do not turn into antisemitism or other forms of racism and discrimination. It is the responsibility of us all to make sure that we live in an open and functioning democracy where people of different backgrounds and faiths can live together in peace.

We see it as part of our educational mission to contribute to such a society and promote the values associated with it. 

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