EU Rights Body Criticizes 'Lack of Adequate Data' on Antisemitism in Europe

Samuel Sokol is a freelance journalist based in Jerusalem. He was previously a correspondent at the Jerusalem Post and has reported for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, the Israel Broadcasting Authority and the Times of Israel. He is the author of Putin’s Hybrid War and the Jews.
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Samuel Sokol is a freelance journalist based in Jerusalem. He was previously a correspondent at the Jerusalem Post and has reported for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, the Israel Broadcasting Authority and the Times of Israel. He is the author of Putin’s Hybrid War and the Jews.
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Few European governments effectively record anti-Jewish incidents, leading to a paucity of reliable data and hampering efforts to battle antisemitism, the European Union’s official human rights body has declared.

In a report released on Tuesday, the Vienna-based Fundamental Rights Agency asserted that antisemitic incidents are chronically underreported and that “gaps in official data continue to hide the true picture” of antisemitism on the continent.

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