"The future of a peaceful, united and tolerant Europe lies in all of our hands. We must be proactive in the face of this dark, encroaching racism, hate and intolerance, and refuse to passively accept it. Our European future depends on it."
— Viatcheslav Moshe KantorAbout person
World Holocaust Forum
Prague, Czech Republic, - The Fourth International "Let My People Live!" Forum
On 26-27 January 2015, the Fourth International “Let My People Live!” Forum was held in Prague and Terezín (Czech Republic) to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. Several hundred distinguished guests, including heads of state, political leaders, members of parliament, diplomats, scholars and public figures from many countries, one of few surviving Auschwitz-Birkenau liberators Leonty Brandt, former prisoners of the concentration camps and Holocaust survivors attended the event.
15 February 2015Press releases EJC: Europe Must Move from Defense to Offense and Prevent Future Attacks European Jewish Congress President Dr. Moshe Kantor, has urged European authorities to go on the offensive against radical Islamists, if they are to stand any chances of beating back the terrorist wave spreading across Europe
27 January 2015Press releases EJC President Moshe Kantor: Europe on the Cusp of 'New Dark Ages’ at Forum to Combat anti-Semitism, Racism and Radical Jihadism Dr. Moshe Kantor, President of the European Jewish Congress (EJC), said that Europe is on the cusp of "a New Dark Ages’ during the opening of the Fourth International “Let My People Live!” Forum, held in Prague on the eve of International Holocaust Remembrance Day
15 February 2015Press releases Copenhagen Attacks Reignite Debate about Safety of Jews in Europe
Netanyahu Invites Jews to Seek Refuge in Israel; Others Call for Increased Effort to Fight TerroristsDenmark’s Jewish community was in shock Sunday after a gunman attacked a Copenhagen synagogue, in a weekend of violence that echoed the deadly events in Paris last month and rekindled a debate over the dangers of being a Jew in Europe