Replying to his respondents, Michel Gurfinkiel assesses the destiny of Europe's Jews.
The Jewish people would suffer no great loss if all the Jews of Europe were to pack and leave tomorrow.
The only way to survive as a Jew in Sweden is not to be seen as one.
Anti-Semitism is only one factor contributing to the demise of European Jewry, and not the most decisive one.
The time has come to pay our respects to what was once but is no more, and for Jews to move elsewhere as they have done through so many centuries.
Yes, European elites routinely turn a blind eye to the revival of anti-Semitism on the continent where six million Jews were murdered within living memory. But I’m still cautiously optimistic about the European Jewish future.
Vibrant Jewish communities were reborn in Europe after the Holocaust. Is there a future for them in the 21st century?
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