More than 382,000 anti-Semitic posts were uploaded to social media over the course of 2016, an average of 43.6 posts per hour, or one post every 83 seconds, according to a survey conducted by the World Jewish Congress.
A man behind a red-triangle in London’s Stamford Hill warning sign depicting the silhouette of an Orthodox Jewish man has apologised for causing offence. Jewish watch group Shomrim had reported the incident as a hate crime. Stamford Hill is with Antwerp one of the largest Hasidic communities in Europe
French presidential candidate for the center-right party Les Républicains (The Republicans), François Fillon, denounced the publication on his Twitter account of a anti-Semitic of his opponent Emmanuel Macron depicting him as a hook-nosed banker in a top hat cutting a cigar with the Communist symbol of the red sickle.