Dr Moshe Kantor

President, the European Jewish Congress

President, the European Jewish Congress
Why All Citizens Have A Duty To Combat Home-Grown

Why All Citizens Have A Duty To Combat Home-Grown Terrorism

Once again, Europe has been placed at the mercy of terrorists. Innocent people are dead and injured and others will forever be haunted by the carnage they witnessed. But the wider impact of the terror attack in central London on Wednesday night is only starting to emerge.
27/03/2017 11:55 BST
Anjem Choudary's Conviction Is A Victory For

Anjem Choudary's Conviction Is A Victory For Tolerance

For too long we have allowed people to incite hate and to further radicalism in the misguided and dangerous belief that freedom of speech is sacrosanct - whatever the cost. Freedom of expression is essential in any liberal democracy, but this ruling acknowledges that there must be a limit.
19/08/2016 15:22 BST
Remembering Our Past, Whilst Safeguarding Our

Remembering Our Past, Whilst Safeguarding Our Future

Remembering and marking the Holocaust is one of the most important things that we as a society can do. If we fail to remember and learn from the past, then we are surely doomed to repeat past mistakes. Commemorating the Holocaust is essential to educating our children and others who may not know or be sufficiently familiar with the horrific, unique and unprecedented events of the 1930s and 1940s in Nazi Europe. Educating society on the horrors of the Holocaust is perhaps now, 70 years on from the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau and other concentration and death camps, more important than ever.
25/01/2015 20:58 GMT