May 19, 2024
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‘October 7 helped spread a fire already out of control’

Concern for the future of Jewish life around the world is reflected in TAU and the Anti-Defamation League report on global antisemitism for 2023

From Belgium to the US, Brazil to South Africa, and Italy to Australia, 2023 saw an increase of dozens of percentage points in the number of antisemitic incidents across the world in comparison to 2022.

Most countries with large Jewish populations recorded increases in the number of incidents also in the first nine months of 2023, before the war started. October 7 helped spread a fire that was already out of control, according to a just-released 146-page report on antisemitism prepared by scholars and experts from Tel Aviv University (TAU) and by Anti-Defamation League (ADL) researchers.

The Annual Antisemitism Worldwide Report, published by TAU and the ADL, reveals that 2023 saw an increase of dozens of percentage points in the number of antisemitic incidents in Western countries in comparison to 2022. A particularly steep increase was recorded following the October 7 Hamas terrorist massacre on Israelis in the south; however, there was also a relative increase in the first nine months of 2023, before the war started, in most countries with large Jewish minorities, including the US, UK, France, Australia, Italy, Brazil, and Mexico.

“October 7 helped spread a fire that was already out of control,” the shocking report stated.

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