Rise in anti-Semitism cases in Lancashire since October 7 Hamas attack

Dec 29, 2023 View Original Article
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68% : On the rise in hate crime reports, Jewish charities called the findings "shocking", while campaigners against anti-Muslim abuse said the data was "deeply worrying".
64% : "A spokesperson for the Home Office said: "There is no place for hate in our society and we condemn the recent rise in reported anti-Semitic and anti-Muslim hatred.
60% : "Tell Mama, which monitors and works to tackle anti-Muslim sentiment and abuse in the UK, said "levels of anti-Muslim hatred and discrimination are deeply worrying, impacting trust in authorities and their sense of identity and belonging".Iman Atta, the organisation's director, said there had been a "significant spike in anti-Muslim hate since the atrocities on October 7".
57% : He added: "The nature of many offline cases sent to our service is often overtly racist - targeting Arab and Palestinian communities with dehumanising slurs, anti-Muslim slurs or in some cases targeting their homes, or when speaking Arabic in public, as well as targeting Muslim communities across all ages and gender.
56% : But the figures do point to a jump in anti-Semitic offences recorded by forces concentrated mostly in cities or across built-up areas, while the pattern for Islamophobic offences was more varied.
48% : Across the country there was a sharp rise in anti-Semitism reports, with some areas also seeing a rise in Islamophobia, with the level of increases mixed across the country.

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