ADL Tracker of Antisemitic Incidents

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ADL’s Tracker of Anti-Semitic Incidents is a compilation of recent cases of anti-Jewish vandalism, harassment, and assault reported to or detected by ADL. This list is not exhaustive and incidents in the Tracker may be removed if they are determined not credible upon further investigation by ADL. ADL’s H.E.A.T. Map provides comprehensive statistics on domestic instances of anti-Semitism, extremism and terrorism. The Map is updated monthly with incidents from the Tracker and should be viewed in conjunction with the Tracker’s list of recent events. Information about how ADL selects incidents can be found here.
Arlington
, Virginia

Swastika graffiti was found near a bike path behind the East Falls Church Metro station.

Source: Reported to ADL

Chattanooga
, Tennessee

Swastikas were found spray-painted on Walnut Street Bridge and part of the Bluff View Art District.

Source: WTVC

Montgomery
, Alabama

A Jewish communal prayer service hosted by a synagogue on Zoom was disrupted by unknown participants who shared images of swastikas and antisemitic, racist, and homophobic language.

Source: Reported to ADL

Lewisburg
, Pennsylvania

Swastika graffiti was found spray-painted on two road signs along Buffalo Road.

Denver
, Colorado

A banner that read "Never Forget Jews Did 9/11" was hung over an overpass on Interstate 25 in Denver.

Source: Reported to ADL

Philadelphia
, Pennsylvania

Antisemitic graffiti found on a fence in a public park.

Source: Reported to ADL

Cambridge
, Massachusetts

Antisemitic conspiratorial fliers were distributed in a residential neighborhood and left on people's cars.

Source: Reported to ADL

Seattle
, Washington

A swastika and the word "Jew" were found spray-painted in the parking lot of a local park.

Source: Reported to ADL

San Rafael
, California

A Jewish student of Israeli background at Terra Linda High School was verbally harassed during a classroom "breakout session" during a Zoom class. The student was told that "Jews and Israelis deserve to go to hell."

Marblehead
, Massachusetts

Rocks at Preston Beach were vandalized with spray-painted graffiti that included the n-word, a swastika, a Jewish star, the word "rape," and the words "Kill Jews."

Source: Reported to ADL

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