The annual Antisemitism Report published by the World Zionist Organization (WZO) and the Jewish Agency considers 2021 as the most antisemitic year in the last decade.
The report state that in the past year the average number of incidents was over 10 a day.
The same report state that the most common antisemitic reports are the following: graffiti, desecration, vandalism, and propaganda.
The report considers May of last year as the month where most of this antisemitism occurred such as Shavuot, Eid al-Fitr, Nakba Day, Jerusalem Day, Al-Quds Day, the escalating debate regarding the eviction of Palestinians from Sheikh Jarrah, the trend of antisemitic violence being shown on TikTok, Jewish-Arab riots in Israel’s mixed cities and, of course, Operation Guardian of the Walls, the latest round of fighting between Israel and Hamas.
Moreover, the report also declares Europe as the place where half of the antisemitic incidents happened.
The second place went to North America followed close behind, with the US having had 30% of all incidents taking place there.
In America, the data shows that New York saw a 100% increase in antisemitic incidents, numbering 503 in 2021 compared to 252 in 202.