Anti-Semitism report out

Anti-Semitic incidents in Canada in 2011 decreased by 0.7 per cent, says a report by the League for Human Rights of B'nai Birth Canada, the Toronto Sun reported. The CEO of the group said the number of reported incidents—1,297—showed that there is a "sustained undercurrent of anti-Jewish bias." Incidents have increased by more than 20 times in 30 years since the group started gathering information on anti-Semitism.

Published: Wednesday, 05/02/2012 12:00 am EDT

Anti-Semitic incidents in Canada in 2011 decreased by 0.7 per cent, says a report by the League for Human Rights of B'nai Birth Canada, the Toronto Sun reported. The CEO of the group said the number of reported incidents—1,297—showed that there is a "sustained undercurrent of anti-Jewish bias." Incidents have increased by more than 20 times in 30 years since the group started gathering information on anti-Semitism.

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