Jewish groups are pressing the European Union to release a survey on anti-Semitism in Europe. Officials with the European Jewish Congress are slated to meet with E.U. official Romano Prodi next month to discuss the issue, which heated up with a Financial Times report this week that the survey was squelched because it found that Muslim youth were mainly responsible for anti-Semitic acts in Europe during May and June 2002.
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