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DAVID HARRIS: Why I admire Greece Print E-mail
Thursday, 02 August 2018 10:01
With this new tweet -following his message of solidarity for the deadly wildfires in Attica, AJC CEO David Harris expresses once more his admiration for Greece.
He wrote:
Why I admire Greece: 1) Wisdom of Ancient Greece - democracy, philosophy, science, culture - continues to shape our world. 2) In WW2 Churchill believed “Greeks don’t fight like heroes, heroes fight like Greeks.” 3) Key US/Israel partner. NATO/EU member. Proud Jewish community.

 
THE CENTRAL BOARD OF JEWISH COMMUNITIES IN GREECE CONDEMNS THE VIOLENT ANTI-SEMITIC ATTACKS IN SWEDEN Print E-mail
Wednesday, 13 December 2017 10:33

The Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece expresses the abhorrence of the Greek Jewry for the recent attacks in Sweden against the Jewish Synagogue in Gothenburg and against the Jewish cemetery in Malmo.

Any attack against religious sites - wherever it may occur - is unacceptable and must be condemned by the world community. Condemning anti-Semitism goes with taking all the necessary measures that every well-governed country has to take in order to ensure the secure living of its citizens.

The Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece expresses its solidarity with the Jewish Community of Sweden and stresses that Europe's Jews cannot be the target of any feasibility from wherever it may come.

The Authorities will need to be vigilant and defend the well-being of all citizens, regardless of their religion, against the followers of fanaticism and intolerance that seek to impose obscurantism in Europe.

 

Athens, December 12, 2017

 

CENTRAL BOARD OF JEWISH COMMUNITIES IN GREECE

 
AT WJC RECEPTION, GREEK FM KOTZIAS DECRIES 'HYPOCRISY AND DOUBLE-SPEAK' OF CRITICISM OF ISRAEL Print E-mail
Wednesday, 20 September 2017 11:09

NEW YORK - Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias on Tuesday strongly decried moves to delegitimize the State of Israel and called comparison of Israel to Nazism as “an ex post attempt to acquit those who committed the crime of the Holocaust”.  Kotzias was speaking at a reception in his honor hosted by World Jewish Congress President Ronald S. Lauder on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. 

 

In a warm welcome of Kotzias, Lauder thanked the minister for his strong support of Israel and personal fight against anti-Semitism in Greece. “Minister Kotzias represents the amazing changes in the improved relations between Israel and Greece over the past two years,” Lauder said.

“As a member of UNESCO’s Executive Board, Greece voted against that outrageous decision that denied any Jewish connection to Jerusalem. That’s like saying the Acropolis isn’t Greek,” Lauder added. “The Greek government has strongly opposed calls for Israel’s destruction, the denial of the Holocaust and all forms of anti-Semitism.  In Greece, Foreign Minister Kotzias has personally fought against the Golden Dawn Party and its anti-Semitic views. He has been a champion of the Greek Jewish community.”

Kotzias spoke strongly against the “hypocrisy and double speak” of Western criticism of Israel. “Each of us needs to respond to a fundamental question: do the Jews have a right to live in a secure, democratic state? The answer is simple, and one word: Yes, they do,” Kotzias said. “Moreover, the rest of us have the obligation to defend this right.”

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KIS ANNOUNCEMENT FOR THE TERRORIST ATTACK IN BARCELONA Print E-mail
Monday, 21 August 2017 10:10

The Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece sent the following letter to the Counselor Minister of the Embassy of Spain to Greece Mr. Javier Triana Jimenez, regarding the terrorist attack in Barcelona:

“Dear Minister,

 

On behalf of the Greek Jewry we would like to extend our deepest sympathy to the Spanish people for the deadly terror attack that hit the popular tourist area of Las Ramblas in Barcelona. The words are very poor to describe the magnitude of evil, the hatred and the horror of such brutality.

The choice of such a crowded tourist area and the tragic result of the attack, 13 people dead until now and dozens of others injured, shows that the perpetrators wanted to struck the core values of Humanism and Democracy, all principles we stand for and have struggled for.

Joining the whole world, we express our most heartfelt sorrow and condolences to the families of the victims, wishing to all those injured to have a speedy and full recovery. 

On behalf of the Greek Jewry, we kindly ask you to convey this message to the Spanish Government and remain”.

Athens, August 18, 2017

CENTRAL BOARD OF JEWISH COMMUNITIES IN GREECE

 
ANNOUNCEMENTS OF INTERNATIONAL JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS FOR THE TERRORIST ATTACK IN BARCELONA Print E-mail
Monday, 21 August 2017 09:25

WORLD JEWISH CONGRESS, 17.8.2017:  World Jewish Congress President Ronald S. Lauder has condemned the attack in Barcelona which claimed the lives of a reported 13 people on Thursday, after a van drove into pedestrians in the crowded Las Ramblas district. The circumstances of the events were still unfolding, and the Spanish authorities were investigating the incident as a terrorist attack.

“The World Jewish Congress harshly condemns this heinous act of violence and carnage, and is carefully monitoring this situation with concern. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims of this attack and their families, and with all the people of Barcelona. “We are monitoring the events as they unfold with care and concern, and are in touch with the local Jewish community and its security groups. We pray that there will be no more victims”.

EUROPEAN JEWISH CONGRESS, 18.8.2017: The European Jewish Congress (EJC) strongly condemns the terror attack in Barcelona today after a van crashed on to a pavement in a popular tourist area of the city killing at least 13 people and injuring dozens of others.

“We are yet again witness to another terrorist attack in Europe perpetrated against innocent civilians,” Dr. Moshe Kantor, President of the EJC, said. “They are choosing to strike again at our zest for life and our basic freedoms with their cult of death. It is becoming increasingly difficult to prevent this abuse of regular vehicles as their chosen instrument of murder.” “We stand with the Spanish people and urge the authorities to bring to justice those who perpetrated this savage attack, including those who inspired it and those whose incitement encouraged it.” “The European Jewish Congress and the Jewish communities of Europe extend our deepest condolences to the families of the victims and wish a speedy and full recovery to those injured”.

 
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