JD: Nine out of ten European Jews fear the possibility of anti-Semitism either coming to kill them or drive them out of their homes and I guess to the only safe heaven they have the state of Israel which is very prophetic as well. But the Jews there in Europe they have a right to fear do they not?
JR: I believe so, there’s an un-denying trend of growing anti-Semitism in Europe. Nine out of ten European Jews feel that this is growing. So there seems to be something happening there on a grass roots level that they desire to have this awareness go forth. The majority of the anti-Semitic events have been linked to Muslims. I think the European Union is interested some how to balance the threat from radical Islam by this awareness. So it’s actually the international Holocaust Remembrance Alliance. This is the official governmental adopted European Union definition of anti-Semitism which is just a smoke screen. But it’s been a part of this growing awareness. So people are saying we have to identify this we have to have the official adopted definition so that we are able to deal with it.
JD: John Rood with the details on why the Jews in Europe fear the possible outcome for them because of the rise in anti-Semitism in that region of our world.