Report Notes Decline In Violent Anti-Semitic Attacks

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Insecurity among Jewish people worsened by rise of racist right and anti-Israeli left

Tel Aviv University’s Kantor Center for the Research of European Jewry and anti-Semitism released its world anti-Semitism report for 2017 on Wednesday, noting a decline in violent anti-Semitic attacks.

According to the report, the number of violent anti-Semitic attacks between 2006 and 2014 ranged between 600 and 700, while recent years saw a decline to 300 to 400 cases.

However, the report also noted an increase in anti-Semitic expressions.