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2017 Annual Assessment

1 See in this 2017 Annual Assessment, our analysis of Jewish developments in Europe. “Re-Emergence of a Diasporistic Jewish Identity in Europe,” pp. 120-130. ???
2 ADL Global 100 (2014) and update on 19 countries (2015), Anti-Defamation League, An Index of Anti-Semitism, Executive Summary. http://global100.adl.org/
3 Reynié, Dominique. L’antisémitisme dans l’opinion publique française. Nouveaux éclairages, Fondapol, November 2014. http://www.fondapol.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/CONF2press-Antisemitisme-DOC-6-web11h51.pdf, Koopmans, Ruud. “Fundamentalism and out-group hostility Muslim immigrants and Christian natives in Western Europe.” WZB Berlin Social Science Center, WZB Mitteilungen, December 2013. http://www.wzb.eu/sites/default/files/u6/koopmans_englisch_ed.pdf. See also “Türkische Migranten hoffen auf muslimische Mehrheit,” Die Welt, August 2012, http://www.welt.de/politik/deutschland/article108659406/Tuerkische-Migranten-hoffen-auf-muslimische-Mehrheit.html
4 Commission nationale consultative des droits de l’homme (CNCDH), Rapport 2016 sur la lutte contre le racisme, l’antisémitisme et la xénophobie, March 2017,
5 Community Security Trust (UK), 2016 Annual Review, p. 9. https://cst.org.uk/data/file/d/f/CST_Annual_Review_2016.1486995234.pdf
6 Source: Kantor Center – European Jewry and Antisemitism Database http://kantorcenter.tau.ac.il/general-analysis-2016
7 FRA: “Discrimination and hate crime against Jews in EU: experiences and perceptions of antisemitism”, Fundamental Rights Agency, November 2013, European Union. http://fra.europa.eu/en/publications-and-resources/data-and-maps/survey-data-explorer-discrimination-and-hate-crime-against
8 FRA, op. cit.
10 ADL Global 100 (2014) and update on 19 countries (2015), Anti-Defamation League, An Index of Anti-Semitism, Executive Summary. http://global100.adl.org/
11 U.S. Anti-Semitic Incidents Surged in 2016-17. April 2017. ADL. https://www.adl.org/sites/default/files/documents/Anti-Semitic%20Audit%20Print_vf2.pdf
12 AJC’s 2016 Survey of American Jewish Opinion, http://www.ajc.org/site/apps/nlnet/content2.aspx?c=7oJILSPwFfJSG&b=8479733&ct=14924017
9 See Prof. Dina Porat, 2016 Kantor report, p. 9.
13 Pew research center, Religion & Public Life, February 201?.

Majorities rate religious groups in middle or warmest part of thermometer; only three-in-ten or fewer give any group coldest ratings


14 op. cit. U.S. Anti-Semitic Incidents Surged in 2016-17. April 2017. ADL. https://www.adl.org/sites/default/files/documents/Anti-Semitic%20Audit%20Print_vf2.pdf
15 AJC’s 2016 Survey of American Jewish Opinion, http://www.ajc.org/site/apps/nlnet/content2.aspx?c=7oJILSPwFfJSG&b=8479733&ct=14924017
16 The explanation presented here can be questioned, and the surprising decrease is certainly worth further investigation. A first guess would be that there were methodological problems or a shift in how surveys were conducted from one year to the next. A second guess would be that something did change structurally on campuses. Perhaps administrators at more universities made firmer statements, analogous to the statements by elected governmental leaders in Europe. Perhaps a few key BDS motions were defeated. This gap illustrates the need strenuously stressed by JPPI for a consistent, widespread and policy-relevant measurement of anti-Semitism.

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