Dear Friends & Visitors,

“Throughout history the Jews have stayed united as a people against all the odds because of our commitment to education, our ability to show leadership and our steadfast refusal to abandon our Jewish identify.

We need to limit our tolerance against those who reject the principals of tolerance, freedom and democracy. We must apply legislation based on the idea of secure tolerance. We cannot fight anti-Semitism as if it is just a Jewish problem. Hatred and intolerance are society’s problems and society, led by our elected leaders should lead the fight against them.

As it says in the Talmud – Kol Yisrael arevim zeh bazeh: All of the Jewish people are responsible for each other.”

Regards,

Viatcheslav Moshe Kantor

Public Activity & Philanthropy

In Action

The Kantor Center Annual Report on Antisemitism Worldwide 2019: The Coronavirus Crisis is Reviving ‘Blood Libels’ Against Jews

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World Holocaust Forum President Dr. Moshe Kantor tells assembled world leaders that with current levels of emigration there could be no Jewish communities in...

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