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There was an article lately in an issue of Time magazine about the recent rise of both antisemitism and Islamophobia in Europe. The article focused mainly on antisemitism in France and Sweden in particular but also mentioned similar occurrences elsewhere in Europe and talked a little bit about how both antisemitism and Islamophobia are on the rise, as well as about solutions that people were coming up with to combat either antisemitism or both.
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