Before she undertook the role of Israel's defender in Italy, Fiamma Nirenstein was raised as a leftist in a Jewish family • Today, as vice president of the Italian Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee, she is convinced: "The Palestinians want their own state in order to destroy the Jewish state" • An interview brimming with ideology and vision. READ MORE »
There is no question that anti-Semitism in Europe has been on the rise during the last few years. The European left, for a range of reasons, has gotten into the habit of viewing Israel, and by extension all Jews, as the foremost challenge to peace on earth and goodwill toward men. As Europe’s Islamic communities have expanded, moreover, and their members grown less and less shy about expressing – and acting upon – their opinions, the articulation of anti-Semitic sentiments and the commission of anti-Semitic acts by young Muslim men has increased accordingly. READ MORE »
A Brightly Burning Flame on 28 October 2011
There are not very many reasons to feel hopeful these days about the future of Europe. But Fiamma Nirenstein is most definitely one of them. READ MORE »
Many Italians are prejudiced or hostile toward Jews, according to a new study issued by the a committee of the Chamber of Deputies. READ MORE »
On October 17th 2011, the Committee for the Inquiry into Anti-Semitism, chaired by MP Fiamma Nirenstein, has presented its Final Report to the public in the prestigious hall of the Presidency of the Italian Chamber of Deputies, called "Sala della Lupa". READ MORE »
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