Italian Jews Caught Between Fear and Desire to Help Refugees

Jews in Italy, many having been refugees themselves, feel a moral obligation to help the arriving migrants. But some are apprehensive that the influx will bring more anti-Semitism.

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Last week the Italian magazine L’Espresso published an interview with the country’s most prominent rabbi, warning that the influx of Muslim refugees might increase anti-Semitism in the country and elsewhere in...