As a result of an increase in anti-Semitic attacks around the world, the Israeli Government’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry for Jerusalem and Diaspora Affairs will hold a three day conference next week at the Ramada Hotel, in Jerusalem.
More than 500 individuals representing 50 nations and six religious groups will come together to discuss a plan of action to combat these attacks. This gathering will be one of the largest in its category.
Many Muslim leaders are expected to attend, as the issue of antisemitism in Arab countries will be a focus of the gathering’s discussion.
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Zeev Elkin and Minister of Jerusalem and Diaspora Affairs Naftali Bennet will open at the event.