BRITAIN: Annual Antisemitism Barometer 2015 Full Report

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Foreword: A Wakeup Call

The Annual Antisemitism Barometer is the largest study of its kind. It reveals both the scale of antisemitic sentiment in Britain, and its effect on the increasingly-threatened British Jewish population.

Whilst antisemitism in Britain is not yet at the levels seen in most of Europe, the results of our survey should be a wakeup call. Britain is at a tipping point: unless antisemitism is met with zero tolerance, it will continue to grow and British Jews may increasingly question their place in their own country.

The year 2014 saw a record-breaking number of antisemitic incidents perpetrated against Jewish people and Jewish property in Britain.

Antisemitism is usually most visible in Great Britain during crises involving Israel, but the sentiment behind it does not simply disappear when the crises end.

Gideon Falter

Gideon Falter, Campaign Against Antisemitism

Britain is at a tipping point: unless antisemitism is met with zero tolerance, it will continue to grow and British Jews may increasingly question their place in their own country.

The Mayor of London’s office recently revealed that in July 2014, when fighting between Israel and Hamas peaked, the Metropolitan Police Service recorded its worst ever month for hate crime in London, 95% of which was antisemitic hate crime directly related to fighting between Israel and Hamas.

It was in response to this record-breaking wave of antisemitism that in August 2014, the Campaign Against Antisemitism organised a grassroots-led movement dedicated to identifying and combatting antisemitism of both a classical ethno-religious nature and also a political nature related to Israel.

Some antisemitic views may be totally unintentional but are no less offensive for it. Many people in the UK have simply never met Jewish people, and might have stereotypical ideas of them.

This is a smaller problem which simply needs better education and discussion so that people can appreciate that, as with any minority group, Jewish people are not defined only by their religion or race. ‘Unintentional’ stereotypes should be highlighted more often, and those espousing them will be able to better understand that they are offensive.

To effectively fight antisemitism we must examine both its origins and its consequences. It is our hope that this study will shed light on both of these aspects of this pernicious form of racism, in order that we can reduce its presence in British society.

Antisemitism is not a problem only for Jewish people, but for all of Britain, which must uphold its tradition of tolerance and pluralism.

Gideon Falter Chairman.

Jonathan Sacerdoti Director of Communications.

British anti-Semitism set to hit record high, Daily Telegraph, 29th December 2014

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/religion/11301583/British-anti-Semitism-set-to-hit-record-high.html

A Hate Crime Reduction Strategy for London, p11, Mayor of London’s Office for Policing and Crime, 3rd December 2014

https://www.london.gov.uk/priorities/policing-crime/whats-happening/2014/12/hate-crime-reduction-strategy-launch

Swastika tattoo on man's arm

Jewish organisations say they cannot afford to be complacent about anti-Semitism Photo: GETTY

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Acknowledgements;

Project Team:

Angela Levin       Gideon Falter

David Schiller     Jonathan Sacerdoti

Eddie Woolf

Polling:

We would like to thank YouGov Plc for surveying the British Public as well as the Movement for Reform Judaism, Spanish and Portuguese Jews’ Congregations and the United Synagogue, among many others, for helping us to poll a representative sample of the British Jewish community.

Donors:

This project was made possible due to the generous support of the Anglo-Jewish Association and private donors.

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Executive Summary:

The Annual Antisemitism Barometer contains the findings of two separate surveys. Together, they measure both the scale of antisemitic sentiment amongst the British public, and its effect on British Jewry. This is the first such survey.

Survey for Campaign Against Antisemitism of the British Public’s Attitudes Towards British Jews A nationally-representative sample of 3,411 British adults were polled by YouGov, twice the number statistically required.

• Shockingly almost half (45%) of British adults believe at least one of the antisemitic statements shown to them to be true, 1 in 4 people (26%) believe at least two statements to be true and 17% believe at least three statements.

• 1 in 4 people (25%) believe that “Jews chase money more than other British people”.

• 1 in 5 (20%) believe “Jews’ loyalty to Israel makes them less loyal to Britain than other British people.”

• 1 in 6 people (17%) believe that “Jews think they are better than other people” and that “Jews have too much power in the media.” • 13% believe that “Jews talk about the Holocaust too much in order to get sympathy.”

• Of those polled, people who said that they intend to vote for UKIP consistently believed more antisemitic statements to be true than average, by an average margin of 9%.

• Of those polled, 51% of men believe at least one antisemitic statement to be true, versus 39% of women.

All statistics and visualisations must be credited to “Campaign Against Antisemitism”.

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Campaign Against Antisemitism

Survey of the Jewish Community’s Reactions to Antisemitism 

2,230 British Jewish people, equivalent to almost 1% of the Jewish population of Great Britain, were polled by Campaign Against Antisemitism

• More than half of all British Jews feel that antisemitism now echoes the 1930s.

• Well over half of British Jews (58%) believe Jews may have no long-term future in Europe.

• Over half of British Jews say that they have witnessed more antisemitism in the past two years than they have witnessed ever before. 

• 1 in 4 British Jews has considered leaving the country in the past two years because of rising antisemitism.

• 45% of Jews questioned feel their family is threatened by Islamist extremism.

• 69% of British Jews believe that the Jewish community has to protect itself because the state does not protect it enough and 63% say that the authorities let too much antisemitism go unpunished. 

• 77% of Jews questioned have witnessed antisemitism disguised as a political comment about Israel.

• 84% of Jews consider boycotts of businesses selling Israeli products to be intimidation and 82% say that media bias against Israel fuels persecution of Jews in Britain. 

All statistics and visualisations must be credited to “Campaign Against Antisemitism”.

Methodology:

Survey of the British Public’s Attitudes Towards British Jews, carried out by YouGov on behalf of Campaign Against Antisemitism.

YouGov Plc surveyed 3,411 adults online for the Campaign Against Antisemitism’s survey of antisemitic sentiment within the British public. The results have been weighted and are representative of all adults in Great Britain (aged 18 and above). The fieldwork was conducted online between 21st December 2014 and 6th January 2015.

The fieldwork was conducted in two stages, each of which gathered a fully-representative sample of all adults in Great Britain. When individually weighted and compared, all of the figures in the two subsamples were within margins of error, making it extremely unlikely that the figures are unrepresentative of adults in Great Britain.

All of the figures in the survey of the British public are from YouGov, which is a member of the British Polling Council and is registered with the Information Commissioner.

The survey was conducted using an online interview administered to members of the YouGov Great Britain panel of more than 185,000 individuals who have agreed to take part in surveys. An e-mail was sent to a sub-sample of panelists selected at random from the base sample according to the adult population of Great Britain, inviting them to take part in the survey and providing a link to the survey.

YouGov normally achieves a response rate of between 35% and 50% to surveys however this varies depending on the subject matter, complexity and length of the questionnaire. The responding sample has been weighted to the profile of the British adult population to provide a representative reporting sample. The profile is derived from census data or, if not available from the census, from industry accepted data.

The factors used to weight this survey were age and gender, social grade, newspaper readership, region and party identification.

Further information can be found at http://www.yougov.co.uk/about/panel-methodology

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Survey of Jewish People’s Reactions to Antisemitism, carried out by Campaign Against Antisemitism 

The survey was completed by 2,230 Jewish people who reside in Great Britain. The fieldwork was conducted online between 23rd December 2014 and 11th January 2015.

The Campaign Against Antisemitism conducted this online survey by sending a weblink to members of the Jewish community. Several methods were used to ensure a wide and varied sample. The weblink was shared on social media sites, and was also served to users of Facebook through a targeted advertisement system. This offered the survey to users in Great Britain who identify on Facebook as having an interest in Judaism or Jewish issues. Additionally the weblink was shared by numerous individuals on their social media pages, as well as by mainstream Jewish organisations ranging from Limmud through to Jews for Justice for Palestinians.

In order to achieve representation of Jewish people of different Jewish denominations, the Movement for Reform Judaism, the Spanish and Portuguese Jews’ Congregations (Sephardi community) and the United Synagogue assisted by sending the weblink to the survey to their e-mail lists. Between them, the three organisations represent 43 Reform Jewish congregations, 4 Sephardi Jewish congregations and 62 Orthodox Jewish congregations.

The survey made use of web cookies and other electronic identifiers to avoid duplication of results by the same person completing the survey multiple times. The first question filtered out any respondents who did not identify as Jewish and residing in the United Kingdom. Respondents from Northern Ireland were subsequently filtered out manually.

The Campaign Against Antisemitism approached major polling organisations prior to conducting the survey itself, but was advised that they did not have enough Jewish panellists on their databases to conduct an effective or valid survey of the Jewish community.

They advised that a better quality of data could be obtained were the Campaign Against Antisemitism to distribute a survey online using its extensive network within the Jewish community.

There is little reliable data on the precise composition of the Jewish community, however census data shows its geographical distribution and accordingly the results of the survey have been weighted according to region, in order to provide a representative sample of British Jewish people.

Definition of Regions

Respondents from all of the regions of Great Britain were included in both surveys, and grouped as follows:

• Scotland: Just Scotland

• North: Includes North West, North East and Yorkshire and the Humber

• Midlands/Wales: Includes West Midlands, East Midlands and Wales

• London: Just London

• South: Includes South West, South East and East of England but excludes London

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RESULTS

Survey of the British Public’s Attitudes Towards British Jews, carried out by YouGov on behalf of Campaign Against Antisemitism.

YouGov asked respondents eight questions, as follows:

1. Which one word do you most associate with the word “Jew”?

2. Here are a number of comments that different people have made about Jews in Britain these days. In each case, how true or untrue do you think these statements are in general?

2.1. Jews think they are better than other people. 

2.2. In business, Jews are not as honest as most people. 

2.3. I would be unhappy if a family member married a Jew. 

2.4. Jews have too much power in the media. 

2.5. Jews chase money more than other British people. 

2.6. Jews’ loyalty to Israel makes them less loyal to Britain than other British people. 

2.7. Jews talk about the Holocaust too much in order to get sympathy.

The answers to question 1 are being used by the Campaign Against Antisemitism for its own analysis but are included as an appendix to this report.

The answers to all seven parts of question 2 are included below. We have also analysed how many respondents answered that at least one antisemitic statement was “probably true” or “definitely true”.

How many people in Britain believe the antisemitic statements to be definitely or probably true? 

  • 45% of the British public believe at least one statement to be true (definitely or probably).
  • 1 in 4 people – 26% of the British public – believe at least two statements to be true.
  • 17% of the British public believe at least three statements to be true
  • 11% of the British public believe at least four statements to be true.

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Of those polled, men were more likely than women to believe at least one statement to be true, with 51% of men believing at least one statement to be true and 39% of women. 32% of the men polled believe at least two statements to be true.

Of those polled, 30% of Scots believe at least one statement (the lowest regional figure) compared to 49% of residents of the North of England (the highest regional figure).

“Jews think they are better than other people”

17% of British adults believe this to be true, however the number was 27% amongst respondents who intend to vote for UKIP.

Amongst these, the numbers were highest for respondents in London (24%) and the North (20%). 25% of respondents who were neither Christian, Catholic nor atheist also thought that the statement was true.

“In business, Jews are not as honest as most people”

11% of British adults believe this to be true. 

“I would be unhappy if a family member married a Jew”

10%  of British adults believe this to be true.

73%  of those who believe this statement to be true also believe at least one other statement to be true.

“Jews have too much power in the media”

17% of British adults believe this to be true

24%  of the Londoners polled believe this to be true. 

29%  of respondents who were neither Christian, Catholic nor atheist also thought that the statement was true. Of those polled, 23 of male respondents believe this to be true, versus 11% of women.

“Jews chase money more than other British people”

1 in 4 British adults (25%) believe this to be true, however the number was 39% amongst respondents who intend to vote for UKIP.

Of these, 29% of male respondents believe this to be true, versus 21% of women. Of those polled, 30% of respondents aged over 60 believe this to be true.

“Jews’ loyalty to Israel makes them less loyal to Britain than other British people”

1 in 5 British adults (20%) believe this to be true.

Of these, 25% of male respondents believe this to be true, versus 15% of women.

27% of the Londoners polled believe this to be true.

“Jews talk about the Holocaust too much in order to get sympathy”

13% of British adults believe this to be true, however the number was 21% amongst respondents who intend to vote for UKIP.

Of those polled, 17% of male respondents believe this to be true, versus 10% of women.

20% of the Londoners polled believe this to be true.

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Survey of Jewish People’s Reactions to Antisemitism, carried out by Campaign Against Antisemitism

We asked respondents two data integrity questions, then thirteen survey questions, as follows:

1. Are you a Jew currently living in Britain? (Those not answering “yes” were disqualified)

2. Simply so that we can identify trends in different regions, please let us know which part of the UK you live in. We will now show you a series of statements. Please tell us for each statement whether you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree or strongly disagree:-

1. I am concerned that Jews may not have a long-term future in Britain.

2. I am concerned that Jews may not have a long-term future in Europe.

3. My family and I are threatened by Islamic extremism in Britain.

4. Boycotts of businesses selling Israeli products constitute intimidation.

5. Media bias against Israel fuels persecution of Jews in Britain.

6. I have witnessed antisemitism that was disguised as a political comment about Israel.

7. I try not to show visible signs of my Judaism when I go out, like a Magen David or a kippah.

8. I often avoid mentioning that I’m Jewish when I’m with new people.

9. In the past two years I have witnessed or experienced more antisemitism than in previous years.

10. In the past two years I have considered leaving Britain due to antisemitism.1

1. The authorities let too much antisemitism go unpunished.

12. The Jewish community has to protect itself because the state doesn’t protect it enough.

13. The recent rise in antisemitism in Britain has some echoes of the 1930s

RESULTS

“I am concerned that Jews may not have a long-term future in Britain” 

45% agree (15% strongly agree)

37% disagree

60% of Jewish people in Scotland agree, 54% in the North of England and 46% in London

“I am concerned that Jews may not have a long-term future in Europe” 

58%agree (25% strongly agree)

28% disagree

65% of Jewish people in the North of England agree

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“My family and I are threatened by Islamic extremism in Britain” 

45% agree (15% strongly agree)

37% disagree

60% of Jewish people in Scotland agree, 54% in the North of England and 46% in London.

Boycotts of businesses selling Israeli products constitute intimidation 

84% agree (57% strongly agree)

11% disagree

90% of Jewish people in the North of England agree

“Media bias against Israel fuels persecution of Jews in Britain” 

82% agree (57% strongly agree)

11% disagree

88% of Jewish people in the North of England agree

“I have witnessed antisemitism that was disguised as a political comment about Israel” 

77% agree (44% strongly agree)

13% disagree

82% of Jewish people in the North of England agree, 80% in the Midlands

“I try not to show visible signs of my Judaism when I go out, like a Magen David or a kippah” 

37% agree (12% strongly agree)

42% disagree (19% strongly disagree)

“I often avoid mentioning that I’m Jewish when I’m with new people” 

27% agree  strongly agree)

57% disagree (28% strongly disagree)

“In the past two years I have witnessed or experienced more antisemitism than in previous years” 

56% agree (27% strongly agree)

26% disagree

66% of Jewish people in the North of England agree, 64% in Scotland

“In the past two years I have considered leaving Britain due to antisemitism” 

25% agree 9% strongly agree)

63% disagree

31% of Jewish people in the North of England agree

 

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“The authorities let too much antisemitism go unpunished” 

63% agree (34% strongly agree)

19% disagree

68% of Jewish people in the North of England agree

“The Jewish community has to protect itself because the state doesn’t protect it enough” 

69% agree (33% strongly agree)

18% disagree

77% of Jewish people in the North of England agree

“The recent rise in antisemitism in Britain has some echoes of the 1930s

56% agree (23% strongly agree)

27% disagree (10% strongly disagree)

64% of Jewish people in the North of England agree

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Appendix Responses to the Word-Association Question 

(Which one word do you most associate with the word “Jew”?)

Duplicates have not been removed and corrections have not been made.

, ? . … a

A citizen equal to any other member of a group

a friend

A Jewish person

a m e m b e r o f G o d ‘ s chosen people

a member of the jewish religion

a moral person

a nice man with specticals and beard

A person likely to be the object of racism

A person who believes in judaism and prophet moses is his/her prophet

a race

a race of people

a religion

Abbreviations

abused

aggressive

agressive

alofe

ambitious

An Israeli

ancestors

ancient

Ancient

Ancient.

Annoying

antagonistic

anti Semitism

anti-semitic

anti-semitism

Anti-Semitism

 Antisemite

antisemitism

Apartheid

arab

Arab

arabic

arguementative

arrogant artistic

Astute

auschwitz

Auschwitz

Austwich

Auswitz

avarice

Avarice

Awful

bacon

Bacon

bagel

bagels

Bagels

bamister

bamitspha

bankers

Banks

bar mitzva

bar mitzvah

Bar Mitzvah

Barmitsfa

BARMITZFA

barmitzva

beard

Beard

beards

Being united as a race

belief

Believer

Bellson

bible

Bible

big nose

big nosed

Bigot

Bigoted

bigotted

black

blamed

Blessed

Blinkered

born

buisness

Buisness

bullys

busines

business

Business

business people

businessman

Businessmen

bussiness

camps

canny

Careful people

Cartman

celebratory

certain

charming

chassidic

Chbfsd

cheap

chosen

Chosen

CHOSEN

christ

Christ

CHRIST

Christ.

christian

Christian

Circumcise.

circumcision

Circumcision

Circumsicion

clan

cleansing

clever

Clever

comedy

Comedy

Committed

community

Community

compassion

Complaining

complicated

Complicated

con

concentration camps

conflict

conservitvs

Conspiracy

corruption

craftsmen

Cruel

cruelty

culture

Culture

cultured

d/k

damp

morning.

david

David

Death

Decent

derided

Derogatory

devout

diamonds

Diamonds

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Diaspora

different

Dirty

discriminated

Discriminated

discrimination

diversity

dk

Dk

disgusting

DK

Doctor

domineering

Don’t know

don’t know

Don’t know

dont know

Dont Know

dradle

drop

Duw – Jew sounds like the Welsh word for God

east-end

ecconomist

 Ed Miliband

einstein

employer

enduring

Enterprising

Entertaining

Entrepreneurial

entrepreneurs

ethnic

Ethnic

ethnicity

exodus

extermination

f

Facisim

fagin

Fagin

faith

Faith

FAITH

family

Family

Family and Friends

Family-oriented

       Fantasist

   Father

fighter

Finance

Finances

Focussed

food

Food

Food!

freind

 friday

fridays

 friend

Friend

FRIEND

friendly

f riends

Friends

frugal

Funny

gas

Gateshead

Gefiltefish

Gefilterfish

generous

genocide

Genocide

German

germans

germany

Germany

ghetto

Ghettos

god

God

gold

Gold

Golders

green

Golders

Green

good

Granny

Great

greed

Greed g

reedy

Greedy

Guilt

H

     Hacidic

hair

Hair

Halal

Hallocaust

Halocaust

Handsome

hannaka

Hannaka

Hannakah

Hannekar

hannukah

Hannukah

Hannukkah

hanukkah

Hanukkah

hard working

Hard working

hard-working

Hard-working

Hardship

hardworking

hArdworking

 Hardworking

HARDWORKING

harp

Harp

Harry

Hasidic

HASSIDIC

hat

Hat

hate

hated

Hated

hatrid

hats

Hats

HAULOCOST

headcap

headcovering

hebrew

Hebrew

HEBREW

hendon

heratage

Heritage

  historic

history

 History

hitler

 Hitler

HITLER

hittler

ho[ocaust

Hogmanay

holacast

holacaust

Holacaust

 holacost

holacoust

Holacurst

Holacust

Holaucaust

holaucost

holcaust

Holicaust

holicost

 holicust

Hollacaust

Hollacost

hollocaust

holocast

holocaust

Holocaust

HOLOCAUST

                Holocaust.

holocost

Holocost

holocourst

holocoust

Holocoust

holocust

Holocust

holy

Honaka

honourable

Honourable

Human

humanbeing

humanitarian

Humour

hunicka

hypocrite

i

I don’t

I dont

I find this question very strange and I have no answer to it

 If used instead of ‘Jewish’ a warning bell rings

 immigrant

inappropriate

industrious

Industrious

 influential

Injustice

Inspirational

Insular

insult

Intellect

intelligent

Intelligent

Intelligent argument

 interesting

Interesting

intolerance

intransigance

isael

ish

Ish.

israel

Israel

ISRAEL

Israel.

israeli

Israeli

Israelian

israelite

Israelite

ISRAELITE

Israelite.

Israelli

israil

ISRAIL

Israili

 isreal

Isreal

isreali

 Isreali

isrealite

isrel

It is the term used for Jewish people I believe

jerusalem

Jerusalem

JERUSALEM

jesus

Jesus

JESUS

jew

Jew

jewish

Jewish

jewish people

jewish person

jews

jews

jewellears

Judah

judaism

Judaism

judasim

Judea

Judism

jumping

jusdaism

killers

Kind

Kipa

kippah

kite

klezmer

kosha

Kosha

kosher

Kosher

laughter

law-abiding

Law-abiding

Leaders

 Lending

locks

love

lovely

loyal

Manchester

Manipulative

me

Me

mean

Mean

Mean and miser

Men

Merchant

messiah

Middle eastern

miliband

Minority

minority’s

miser

Miser

miserly

missinformed

money

Money

MONEY

money grabber

Money-grabbing

monotheism

moses

Moses

mosque

mother

mum

murder

murderers

music

muslim

myself

Myself

n/a

N/a

N/A

na

narzis

Nationality

nazi

Nazi

nazis

Nazis

Neighbour

nice

Nice

NICE

nick

no associations

         No comment

No one word

no word but an image of a sallow-skinned man.

none

None

 NONE

Normal

northlondon

nose

Nose

Noses

not

NOT SURE

not very nice

nothing

  Nothing

occupation

oddball

ok

One of oldest religions

one religion of many

oppressed

Oppressed

oppression

Oppression

opressed

Orthadox

orthodox

Orthodox

outcast

palastine

palestine

Palestine

palestine!

Palistine

parranoid

pass

passion

passover

Passover

 peaceful people

People

PEOPLE

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PEOPLE BORN IS ISRAEL AND THEIR CHILDREN

People with a good sense of humour

persacution

persecuted

Persecuted

PERSECUTED

persecuted.

Persecuted.

persecution

Persecution

persecution.

persicuted

person

Person

persucuted

pogrom

Pork

Powerful

predudice

prejudice

problems

prolific

rabbi

Rabbi

rabi

race

Race

raceist

racism

Racism

racist

Racist

Radicalism

Rebeca

Refugee

region

rejected

relegion

Relgion

RELGION

reliable

religeon

Religeon

religeous

religest

religian

religion

Religion

RELIGION

Religion.

religious

Religious

RELIGIOUS

Religious belief

 religious foreign people

 Religious Group

Religious people very kind

               Religious person

religious person originally from Israel

religiousness

religon

Religon

religous

repression

Resilient

Respectable

revenge

rich

Rich

ringlets

rude

Rude

sabbath

Sabbath

Sadness

scapegoat

scientists

scrooge

scrooged

segregation

selfish

Selfish

Semetic

semite

Semite

semitic

Semitic

semitism

Separated

Serious

Shabbat shalom

Shalom

Shekels

shingle

shoah

Shoah

Shopkeeper

short for Jewish,

slang for Israeli

shrewd

Shrewd

shylock

Shylock

sideburns

Significant

sister

Skinflint

skull cap

skull caps

Skullcap

smart

smash

someone from Israel

Someone who follows Judism

someone who is jewish

someone who practices the Jewish faith

someone whose faith is Judaism

soup

spiritual

spiteful

 Spring

spurs

Spurs

Stamfordhill

star

Star

Star of David

stateless

stingy

Stingy

strength

strong

Strong

successful

Successful

 suffering

Suffering

suugar

Swarthy

synagog

Synagog

synagoge

synagogue

Synagogue

szczeka

tailor

Talented

Talmud

terror

Terrorist

The Holocaust

The Torah

their beleave

Thrift

Thrifty

THRIFTY

tight

Tight

tight fisted

Tight with money

Tight/thrifty (in the UK)

tightfisted

tightwad

torah

Torah

Tormented

totenham hotspur fc

tottenham

Tottenham

tough

trade

trader

tradition

Tradition

Traditional

traditions

trauma

tribe

trouble

Trouble

trustworthy

unacceptable

unapproachable

ANTISEMITISM REPORT 2 Capture

underdogs

unfair

Unjust

unpleasant

Unrest

 unsure

untrustworthy

Untrustworthy

Usury

victim

victimised

victim

Violent

Wanderer

wandering

war

War

WAR

war mongerers

war-like

warm

water

wealth

Wealth

 wealthy

Wealthy

Whinging

why

Wisdom

wish

Wittgenstein

witty

Wrong

ww

Ww2

x xdfghdfgh

yes

YHWH

yid

Yid

YID

yiddish

Yiddish

yiddo

zionism

Zionism

zionist

Zionist

zionists

Zionists

Ziva

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source: antisemitism.uk /Campaign Against Anitisemitism /YouTube

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