Wednesday, December 14, 2016
Netherlands: Jewish journal moves offices to secret location
At a recent conference of Jewish journalists in Jerusalem, a Dutch editor said her newspaper offices has been forced underground.
Esther Voet, editor of the Jewish weekly NIW, said that authorities have notified them that they're targeted by terror groups. Since security costs were prohibitive, the staff pressured her to move the offices to a secret location. The paper's site only mentions their PO box. They are extremely careful when having meetings at their offices.
Voet says that every Jewish building has massive security, with bullet-proof glass and cameras. Many Dutch blame the Jews for the economic situation, which is classic antisemitism, but then there are many who say publicly 'don't touch our Jews'.