The European Jewish Parliament or EJP (formerly known as European Jewish Union or EJU) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) based in Brussels whose stated aim is to be "a uniting structure for all Jewish communities and organizations throughout Western, Eastern and Central Europe. The EJU-backed EJP is the brainchild of Ukrainian billionaire Vadim Rabinovich.
A task force has been constituted within the European Jewish Parliament to deal with different aspects of the fight against anti-Semitism.
EJP strengthen ties with Finnish government and Jewish community
The European Jewish Parliament (EJP) will hold Monday and Tuesday its General Assembly in Krakow, in southern Poland, to discuss various topics of interest for the European Jewry and in particular the ongoing fight against anti-Semitism.
The European Jewish Parliament (EJP) is outraged by the German District Court of Cologne ruling stating that the circumcision of a child for religious reasons should be considered a physical assault, arguing that "neither the parents' rights nor the right to religious freedom can justify what constitutes bodily harm".
The European Jewish Parliament strongly condemns the decision of the Lithuanian authorities to rebury former Nazi collaborator Juozas Ambrazevicius in Lithuania.
A joint delegation of the European Jewish Parliament (EJP), the European Jewish Union (EJU) and the Rabbinical Center of Europe (RCE) expressed their concerns about the rise of the extreme-right Hungarian Jobbik party and its repeated anti-Semitic and racist speeches, during meetings in Budapest with the country’s political leadership and representatives of the Jewish community.
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