The ADL presented recommendations for the U.S. government and governments around the world on combatting anti-Semitism at a hearing organized by the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations. ADL urged Members of Congress to “mobilize political will to reject anti-Semitism” and highlighted four main factors relating to anti-Semitism today, which includes the degree of anti-Semitic attitudes held by the general population, the number and nature of anti-Semitic incidents, anti-Semitism in politics and media, and the reaction of governments and civil society to those incidents.
The Global Anti-Semitism Index is the most extensive such poll ever conducted, involving 102 countries and territories. It provides important insights into national and regional attitudes toward Jews, the levels of acceptance of anti-Semitic stereotypes and knowledge of the Holocaust.
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April 17, 2015 – Villeurbanne – Two men shouted anti-Semitic insults in front of a synagogue, then punched two security guards while threatening to kill them. They escaped before soldiers guarding the synagogue could catch them.
March 21, 2015 - Johannesburg - Three visibly Jewish teenagers were attacked in a shopping mall by three men. One of the attackers punched one of the teens while another: "You f***ing Jew" and "Your f***ing people are killing our innocent children.
March 10, 2014 – Rosario – Anti-Semitic graffiti reading "f*** Jews" was written on the Jewish community center, while the local Jewish cemetery was vandalized.