Kantor Center for the Study of Contemporary European Jewry

Antisemitism Worldwide General Analysis 2017 is published!

Date: 
Wednesday, 11 April, 2018

The General Analysis on Antisemitism Worldwide 2017 was presented today during a press conference at Tel Aviv University. 

 

The following is an excerpt from the report:

 

"In 2017, there was a moderate worldwide average decrease in antisemitic violent incidents that were directed at Jewish people, their communities and their private property, of about 9% (327 cases compared to 361 in 2016, according to the Kantor Center criteria). It does not include yet the numbers of violent incidents in France, which the Jewish security body is still elaborating. During the years 2006 to 2014, the violent cases worldwide numbered between 600 to 700 per year, while during recent years they decreased 300 to 400. But it should be emphasized that some of the recent violent cases have been perpetrated more brutally, causing more harm. And most important – this decrease is overshadowed by what is seen by the Jewish communities as a dramatic increase in all other forms of antisemitic manifestations, many of which are not even reported, most notably harassment in schools (some Jewish pupils moved to Catholic schools) and on social media."

 

The entire report may be read online or downloaded by pressing this link: 

 

http://kantorcenter.tau.ac.il/sites/default/files/Report 2017.pdf.

 


 

The short version including an English summary and a full table of contents, is available by pressing on this cover page: