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Study Reveals Decrease in Violent Attacks Against Jews in 2015, Increase in Institutional Antisemitism

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A man wearing a kippah. Institutional antisemitism was on the rise in 2015. Photo: Enough is Enough Facebook page.

A man wearing a kippah. Institutional antisemitism was on the rise in 2015. Photo: Enough is Enough Facebook page.

Violent attacks against members of the Jewish community dropped significantly worldwide in 2015 despite an increase in institutionalized antisemitism, an annual report released Wednesday found.

According to the Kantor Center for the Study of Contemporary European Jewry at Tel Aviv University, recorded cases of antisemitic violence decreased substantially throughout the world by 46 percent. The report said that during 2015, 410 violent cases were recorded, compared to 766 in 2014.

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