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Traditional antisemitism is back, global study finds

Insecurity among Jewish people worsened by rise of racist right and anti-Israeli left
A placard at a protest outside parliament in London on 26 March. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA

Feelings of insecurity are widespread among European Jews as a result of the resurgence of the extreme right, a heated anti-Zionist discourse on the left and radical Islam, according to a global study of antisemitism.

Last year the number of recorded violent antisemitic incidents fell by about 9% compared to 2016 – and by almost 50% compared with the 2006-14 average

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