A report about anti-semitism among youngsters in the Netherlands has not been made public because social affairs minister Lodewijk Asscher wants to carry out further research, the Telegraaf reports on Monday.

The report, produced by the Verwey Jonker institute, should have been released in May but is on hold pending clarification of the results, the paper says.

The Telegraaf has seen a draft copy which shows 12% of Muslim youngsters in the Netherlands are 'not so positive' about Jews in the Netherlands, compared with 2% of people with no religion. Turkish Muslims are more negative about Jews than Moroccan Muslims.

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