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US anti-Semitic incidents reach 3rd-highest total on record during pandemic: ADL

US anti-Semitic incidents reach 3rd-highest total on record during pandemic: ADL

The Anti-Defamation League said that the year 2020 was the third-worst year for anti-Semitic incidents ever since the organization first began tracking such data in the year 1979. 2,024 incidents of anti-Semitic assault, harassment and vandalism were reported the previous year. A majority of these cases were harassment, the ADL said, with a 10% increase in the category observed as compared to 2019

Chris
Chris
Noah PaulOG
Noah PaulOG 2 weeks

Just to show how credible the ADL is, per their own report: "recorded a total of 1,242 incidents of harassment, an increase of 10 percent from 2019. At the same time, reported acts of vandalism and assault declined by 18 percent and 49 percent, respectively, and there were no antisemitic fatalities reported in 2020." So....actual acts are at a decline (including ZERO murders), but "people on the internet saying mean things" is on the rise.

Soul Shakedown
Soul Shakedown 2 weeks

The ADL has about as much credibility as the SPLC. Which is to say, none at all.

Scott Hallinan
Scott Hallinan 1 weeks

Well since there's organizations trying to label any criticism whatsoever of Israel as anti semetic what's their baseline?

Good Green Goy
Good Green Goy 2 weeks

Oh now. Jews must have it soo rough right now in the US.

J. S. Dietrich
J. S. Dietrich 1 weeks

Cool

OUTRAW mf
OUTRAW mf 2 weeks

Can't help but notice they didn't mention anything about race. I wonder why? Dot-dot-dot

Joe
Joe 1 weeks

I guess we won't talk about which the race is largely conducting the "anti-asian hate crime" in the United States either. I want news where I never know or read the race or ethnicity of the persons in the story.

Shmule
Shmule 2 weeks

Most of the linked articles have nothing to do with the topic of the headline or summary. Wonder why.

david dindu
david dindu 2 weeks

"Incidents"

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