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Political leaders are meeting in Copenhagen with Jewish and Muslim representatives today to examine the extent of the rise in anti-Semitism in Copenhagen and the rest of the country. The tension is being triggered by the current conflict in Gaza.

Anna Mee Allerslev, Copenhagen's deputy mayor for integration and employment, and city council member Lars Aslan Rasmussen have invited members of the Muslim Council and Jewish Society to a preliminary meeting today, with plans to hold further meetings as soon as possible with representatives from the police department, the justice minister and other high-ranking officials.


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