Nearly Half of American Jews Have Altered Their Behavior Due to Antisemitism

AJC Global Voice
Article Source: AJC Global Voice

Article Source: AJC Global Voice

Students hold a rally in support of Israel and demand greater protection from antisemitism on campus at Columbia University - Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis via Getty Images
  • The American Jewish Committee (AJC) State of Antisemitism in America 2023 report reveals 46 percent of American Jews altered their behavior due to antisemitism fears, a significant rise from previous years. 
  • Antisemitism’s surge, especially post the October 7 Hamas attack, underscores the threat’s severity. The report emphasizes urgent action against this rise and calls for full implementation of the U.S. National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism. 
  • The AJC report highlights the impact of antisemitism in various spheres, including online, the workplace, and campuses, stressing the need for a collective response to combat hate. Read More

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