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A Personal Afterword

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This section of the book Confronting Allosemitism in Europe presents A Personal Afterword. The book analyses Belgian Jews' perceptions of, and reactions to, present-day antisemitism in their country. The data on which this book is grounded are drawn from a large-scale research conducted under the auspices of the European Union Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA). The book is also hoped by the author that it may be of some interest to people curious of the ways Jews perceive present-day antisemitism.

Keywords: antisemitism; Belgian Jews; Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA)



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