Croatia is the second biggest destination for Israeli tourists. Each year 200,000 tourists from Israel visit Croatia. Honestly, there is little to fear as anti-Semitism is relatively low in Croatia. Its far more common in other parts of Eastern and Western Europe compared to that in Croatia. While the incident(s) are regreatable, they are isolated and in a city (Zagreb) which is showing one of the strongest revivals of Jewish life in former Eastern Europe. There's no need to make mountains out of mole hills. Croatia will always be a friendly destination for Jews with or without these rare incidents. Disregarding the past which was enacted in all parts of Nazi occupied Europe.
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from the article: Neo-Nazis attack Croatia Chief Rabbi outside Zagreb synagogue