Julian Voloj still can't quite believe the ugly new wave of anti-Jewish incidents in Europe.
The 28-year-old chairman of the European Union of Jewish Students, a 200,000-member organization of 18- to 30-year-old European Jews, shakes his head as he ticks off a list of recent incidents at university campuses.
In Southern France, youth hostels are reportedly refusing to take in Israeli students.
His French chapter was the victim of a molotov cocktail; the office was badly damaged.
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