- A cross was painted and yellow paint poured on a monument for Holocaust victims in Aksay.
- Chants about killing Jews were heard at a protest in Malmo.
- London mayoral candidate Geeta Sidhu-Robb was suspended by her party for using “Don’t vote for a Jew" campaign rhetoric.
- A visibly Jewish man was assaulted in a supermarket in Uman.
- Two different Holocaust monuments were vandalized with swastikas.
- Posters were hung scapegoating Jews as a global cabal behind COVID-19.
- The president of the Graz Jewish community in Austria was attacked with a wooden club.
- Antisemitic graffiti reading "Heil Hitler" and "Juden" was painted on a Jewish home in Lyon.
- A Jewish male was called a "dirty Jew" and beaten unconscious in a Paris elevator.
- The mayor of the city of Recoleta employed an antisemitic canard by claiming Zionists control the media.
- The leader of left-wing France Unbowed party used an age-old antisemitic trope accusing Jews of killing Jesus.
- Graves and tombstones at a Jewish cemetery in Worms were desecrated.
- Former Prime Minister Mahatir Mohamad continued his history of antisemitism by proclaiming that "the Jews... own all the newspapers in America."
- On numerous occasions during Poland's presidential campaign, Poland's State TV asserted that Warsaw Mayor Rafal Trzaskowski, a candidate, would take money from Poles and give it to Jews.
- French white supremacists of "Generation Identitaire" chanted "Dirty Jews" during an anti-racism demonstration in Paris.
- A Polish journalist who previously derided Jews and activists fighting antisemitism on his public broadcast TV show published a book in which he refers to "the myth of the Holocaust, which [Zionism] built itself."
- United Kingdom
- A visibly Jewish man was stabbed in London in an apparent antisemitic attack.
- A golf course in Melbourne owned by a Jewish family was spray-painted with swastikas.
- A Jewish cemetery in the city of Hamina was vandalized.
- A chalk drawn on a street in Duesseldorf equated the Star of David with COVID-19.
- A kosher restaurant in Amsterdam was repeatedly vandalized.
- United Kingdom
- A bomb threat was posted on Facebook against a national Jewish organization.
- There was a spate of antisemitic graffiti in Toronto over Passover holiday.
- An individual smashed a window of a building in city of Wroclaw that houses the offices of a Jewish community group.
- The Arkhangelsk Jewish community center was set ablaze in an arson attack.
- The Jewish community center in the city of Kherson was firebombed.
- A 16 year-old boy was severely beaten in the city of Graz by two teenagers who saw him wearing a Star of David and asked if he was Jewish.
- A 57 year-old man wearing a kippah had his teeth broken and antisemitic slurs hurled at him by three attackers.
- A Jewish cemetery in the city of Kiskunfélegyháza was vandalized.
- A visibly Jewish man was harassed by four individuals on the Paris metro. Passengers intervened to end the assault.
- Swastikas were discovered in the town of San Daniele del Friuli at the entrance of a home belonging to a Jewish family that had been deported during the Holocaust.
- A bag emblazoned with a Star of David containing soap and antisemitic literature was left outside an exhibition about the Holocaust in the city of Norrköping.
- An elderly man in a care facility in Toronto had a swastika drawn on his head.
- The Turku synagogue was vandalized with graffiti.
- France -
- A dozen graves at a Jewish cemetery in the area of Bayonne and Biarritz were desecrated.
- A monument to Holocaust victims in the city of Trikala was vandalised.
- New Zealand
- A synagogue in Wellington was defaced with numerous bright yellow swastikas.
- United Kingdom
- A 13-year-old Jewish boy was punched in the stomach and subjected to anti-Semitic abuse on a city bus.