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Hungary / 01-04-2015

Antisemitism declines in Hungary, survey finds

Antisemitism declined in Hungary from 38 per cent of the total population in 2013 to 31 per cent in 2014, a survey conducted by the pollster Medián has found. While the level ...

Canada / 24-03-2015

Police find Jews most targeted for hate crimes

A Toronto police presented the 2014 Annual Hate/Bias Crime Statistical Report at Thursday’s Police Services Board meeting indicates hate and bias crimes have gone up in 2014, both in reported incidents and arrests.    Statistics ...

Greece / 20-03-2015

Research shows alarming rise of antisemitism in Greece

The research findings on the “prejudice of the Holocaust and Antisemitism in Greece”, were presented on Thursday at the British embassy, with the main conclusion the “alarming rise of antisemitism and perceptions ...

Germany / 05-03-2015

Most antisemitic crimes are attributed to the extreme Right.

According to an answer given by the Government on Thursday to a question submitted by the Greens, most antisemitic crimes in Germany are perpetrated by the extreme Right: of the 1,275 offences which ...

Britain / 04-03-2015

Kick It Out reveals 35% reporting increase

Kick It Out has today (3 March) revealed a 35% increase on incidents of discrimination reported to the organisation at the midway point of the 2014/15 season.  The statistics, which have been collated ...

France / 28-02-2015

Survey: French people feel a rise in Islamophobia and antisemitism.

According to a survey conducted by Odoxa for the TV program CQFD and Le Parisien  newspaper “Aujourd'hui en France” (Today in France), 77% of French people have the impression that  Islamophobia is growing in ...

27-02-2015

Worldwide antisemitism reaches seven-year high: report

A new report from the Pew Research Center found that while overall social harassment toward religious groups decreased worldwide in 2013, antisemitic harassment reached a seven-year high. Jews were harassed by social groups ...

Germany / 26-02-2015

The number of antisemitic crimes rose sharply

Swastikas on synagogues, inciting against Jews during demonstrations, desecration of Jewish cemeteries: the number of anti-Semitic crimes in Germany had rose last year.  In 2013, 788 incidents were recorded. During the past year the number ...

United States / 24-02-2015

National survey of American Jewish college students shows high rate of antisemitism on campuses

More than half of 1,157 self-identified Jewish students at 55 campuses nationwide who took part in an online survey reported having been subjected to or having witnessed antisemitism on their campuses, according to ...

24-02-2015

Antisemitic attitudes among Muslims in Europe ­ a review of recent surveys

Abstract In Western Europe, Muslims have been identified as a significant group of perpetrators of antisemitic acts. Is the level of antisemitism higher among Muslims than among non-Muslims? This paper will discuss European surveys ...

Switzerland / 15-02-2015

Report on racist and discriminative tendencies in Switzerland

The ‘Gfs.bern’ research institute has developed, under guidance of the Anti-Racism Service, a tool for monitoring ‘life together’. The pilot project included three representative surveys conducted between the years 2010 and 2014, to ...

Britain / 09-02-2015

The all-party parliamentary inquiry into antisemitism report

The government should establish a fund to cover the cost of synagogue security in Britain, a panel investigating the rise of antisemitism has said.  Terror threats facing the Jewish community mean effective measures taken ...

Germany / 05-02-2015

One-third of Germans: Israeli and Nazi policies similar

More than one-third of Germans equated Israeli policies toward the Palestinians with Nazi policies towards the Jews, a new study found.  Called “Germany and Israel Today: Linked by the Past, Divided by the ...

Italy / 04-02-2015

Landmark report shows Italian Jewry fearful of antisemitism

A new study published this week by JPR (Institute for Jewish Policy Research) demonstrates significant concern among Jews in Italy about antisemitism in their country, with clear indications that many perceive it to ...

Germany / 03-02-2015

Antisemitic crimes In the fourth quarter of 2014

 A questionnaire was submitted regarding antisemitic crimes committed during this quarter by the extreme right, in order to provide the public with real time information concerning the development of such crimes and to ...

Italy / 01-02-2015

Map of intolerance in Italy

“The map of intolerance” portrays a racist, ignorant and women-hating Italy, in a manner which is hard to identify with. But the picture depicted by Vox - the Italian center for monitoring rights ...

Germany / 28-01-2015

Research: Antisemitism in Germany is still deeply rooted

New research shows the extent of entrenched antisemitic attitudes still held by Germans. 15 percent of respondents believe that Jews have too much influence in the country, 49 percent do not want ...

Britain / 23-01-2015

State of hate: Britain's far right is in crisis

They may have some similar views, but the UK Independence Party (UKIP) does not and has never had the same politics as the British National Party (BNP). Surprised? Did you think UKIP ...

Belgium / 23-01-2015

Strong surge of number of antisemitic acts in Belgium in 2014

102 antisemitic acts have been recorded in Belgium last year, a group monitoring anti-Semitic acts in the country said.This represents a rise of 60 % in comparison with 2013. In 2014 ...

Britain / 22-01-2015

Scotland Yard reveals huge rise in antisemitic crime in London

Hate crimes against Jews in London have more than doubled, according to the latest figures from Scotland Yard.  The statistics showed there were 299 hate crimes against Jewish people between the start of ...

Britain / 21-01-2015

Surveys show spike in British antisemitism

Forty-five percent of all Britons hold antisemitic views, according to a new survey carried out by the Internet-based market research firm YouGov for the Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA)   According to a separate CAA survey (not ...

Sweden / 21-01-2015

Spotlight on hate crimes in Sweden’s Skåne

Police in Skåne in southern Sweden have recorded 137 antisemitic hate crimes in the past two years, according to an investigation by Swedish broadcaster SVT. The review of police work in the region reveals ...

Britain / 21-01-2015

JC poll reveals most Jews feel government not doing enough to combat hate

More than half of British Jews say the government is not doing enough to combat antisemitism in Britain. Asked whether the government was doing “all it can” to combat antisemitism in ...

Germany / 12-01-2015

The Berlin Institute of Technology is publishing a research study on the subject of antisemitism

In recent years, violent attacks against Jews in Berlin have increasingly made front page news. Here are some of the latest incidents: Last New Year's eve, a young Israeli (26) was the ...

Turkey / 05-01-2015

Jews are primary target in Turkish media

The media monitoring report covering news and columns published between May and August 2014 as part of “Monitoring Hate Speech Media”research conducted by Hrant Dink Foundation is released. According to the report, Jews ...

30-12-2014

Wiesenthal Center top 10 list: Worst global antisemitic/anti-Israel incidents of 2014

2014 was a year of unprecedented explosions of antisemitic and antiIsrael hatred. Our Top Ten this year shows how pervasive antisemitism has become around the world. The ten examples selected by the ...

Britain / 30-12-2014

Government action on antisemitism

This report has been produced by the Department of Communities and Local Government in consultation with other government departments and reflects on our overall progress in addressing antisemitism.   This report also acts as our final ...

Netherlands / 18-12-2014

2013 Racism report

Police, prosecution and courts reported 2,189 incidents with a racist nature in 2013, an increase of 5% from the previous year.  The number of racial slurs incidents, especially antisemitism, decreased compared to previous years. ...

Hungary / 17-12-2014

Discrimination rising in Hungary

Europe's leading human rights organization said Tuesday that discrimination against Gypsies, Jews, gays and other minorities in Hungary is getting worse and is urging authorities to fight racist violence and take other steps ...

17-12-2014

Hanukkah 2014: Has there been a surge of antisemitism in Europe?

By Lydia Smith Amid simmering tensions between Israel and Palestine in Gaza, reports of attacks on Jews across Europe have become increasingly common.  At the beginning of December, a brutal attack on a young Jewish couple in the Parisian ...