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Need for Renewed Efforts Against Anti-semitism Stressed in Britain

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The 1960 report of the Council of Christians and Jews, released here today, stressed the need for constant vigilance as well as for renewed efforts to deal with anti-Semitism in Great Britain.

The report pointed out that the year opened with “a series of ugly and unpleasant outbreaks of anti-Jewish expressions in this country as in many others. ” The report urged the strengthening of existing links between Jews and Christians and the forging of new ones as well as the use of education for the elimination of anti-Semitism.

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