Gap Fill - Hate Crimes - Level 2


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Many Jews in Britain want to leave of an increase in anti-Semitism hate . There has been a 45 per cent surge in anti-Semitic crime since 2014. Anti-Semitism is towards or discrimination against Jews. New shows that only 59 per cent of British Jews feel in the UK, their . More 10,000 British Jews were interviewed in the . Around 40 per cent of Britain's Jews said they were afraid and hid their in . The research is from the Campaign Against Anti-Semitism (CAA).

More than three- in the study believed that one of Britain's political has increased anti-Semitism. They believed the Labour Party's opinions on Israel created bad towards Jews. They said its leader has not controlled anti-Semitism in the . In addition, than 24 anti-Semitic crimes go to court each year. The CAA warned: "Without change, British Jews may start to leave, as has happened in Europe." The UK government said: "There can never be an for hatred towards the Jewish ….We shall oppose and challenge it."

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