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These 4 factors trigger anti-Semitic hate crimes in the U.S.

From Trump retweeting images from white nationalists to post-election reports of anti-Semitic vandalism, the 2016 election has renewed attention to one of the world’s oldest prejudices. The FBI’s Universal Crime Report (UCR) shows that anti-Semitic crimes are the most common religiously focused hate crime. And after a long period of decline, the number of anti-Semitic incidents increased from 2014 from to 2015.

Full Article – The Washington Post