We spoke with "Real Talk" host Hadassah Chen and her family, who were in Italy on October 7 as they celebrated the Sukkot and Simchat Torah holidays abroad.

Hadassah's husband, Yossi Chen, was called back as a reservist to the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and had to return to Israel on October 8th. Hadassah is grappling with the decision of whether to stay in Italy with her family or return to Israel. She's also concerned about the growing antisemitism in Europe, and she has been working on interviews with community leaders and journalists, in an attempt to shed light on the situation. These interviews will be posted for viewers to see in the near future.

It's indeed a challenging and uncertain time for Hadassah and many others who may be facing similar experiences. Antisemitism and the feeling of being a minority in the face of such hostility can be distressing. Hadassah's work to raise awareness and provide insights through her interviews is commendable, as it can help shed light on the issues and potentially contribute to a more informed and empathetic understanding of the situation.

Hadassah explains that it's important to stand against antisemitism and "educate those who think they know history but they are getting it completely wrong."