Clare Lopez on Violent Islamic Anti-Semitism in Europe

In her intervention at OSCE/HDIM in Warsaw this afternoon, Clare Lopez of the Center for Security Policy referred to this paragraph from the annotated agenda for this year’s conference:

On the other hand, efforts to prevent bias motivated violence and discrimination will be ineffective if they are not based on a sound understanding of what motivates perpetrators. In addition to a clear and punitive criminal justice response, challenging intolerant and extreme discourse, discouraging young people from joining hate groups, and promoting tolerance, understanding and respect through education are all crucial to avoiding social conditions which lead to hate crimes.

Below is the video of her intervention. Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this video:

For links to previous articles about the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, see the OSCE Archives.

2 thoughts on “Clare Lopez on Violent Islamic Anti-Semitism in Europe

  1. The conference supports “avoiding social conditions which lead to hate crimes”.

    One of those social conditions is the mosque.
    There the muslims are instructed:
    “between us and you enmity and hatred forever…” (Koran 60:4).

  2. Only one reply? Maybe everyone agrees, but my compliments to Clare, for speaking much sense in a short space.

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