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The pandemic has fueled anti-Semitism

An annual report by Tel Aviv University researchers finds that corona virus lockdowns shifted more anti-Semitic hatred online, where conspiracy theories blaming Jews for the pandemic abounded.

That’s raised concerns about a rise in anti-Semitism in the post-pandemic world.

Moshe Kantor of the European Jewish Congress warns that “Anti-Jewish hatred online never stays online. We have to be prepared for physical attacks on Jews when lockdowns end.”

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