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UK hate crime: Warnings of rising intolerance after spike in anti-Semitic crime


UK hate crime: Warnings of rising intolerance after spike in anti-Semitic crime: [] It said that there has been an increase in anti-Semitic abuse on social media, with the 133 incidents a steep increase on the 89 incidents recorded during the same period last year. Much of the abuse used content "generated centrally on neo-Nazi websites."

Among the incident reported to it were 41 violent anti-Semitic assaults, and 431 incidents of abusive behaviour, including verbal abuse and anti-Semitic graffiti, hate mail and online abuse.

The most common form of abuse was verbal, with 195 cases recorded of Jews abused "while going about their daily business in public places." In most cases the victims wore "religious or traditional clothing, school uniform or jewellery bearing Jewish symbols."

The charity, which has logged anti-Semitic hate crime since 1984, also recorded 32 incidents of damage and desecration of Jewish property, 43 direct threats, and 10 cases of mass-mailed leaflets or emails.

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