They’re heading for Israel, and mind you, that’s in light of the Iranian regime’s repeated threats to destroy the Jewish state, as it builds a nuclear weapons capability. So the situation here is indeed bad for Jews.
More European Jews Consider Escaping to Israel
Many European Jews no longer feel safe in their home countries. This is evident from a recent survey conducted by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights.On average, 76 percent of Jews surveyed across the continent reported a rise in anti-Semitism in recent years, and 29 percent said they are considering emigrating to Israel as a result.Nearly 90 percent of respondents said they had encountered people who did not consider Jews to be their fellow countrymen. The problem appeared to be most acute in Hungary, France and Belgium, where the number of Jews who had thought about emigration was much higher.