- 52% said they are being blamed for anything done by the Israeli government “frequently” or “all the time.”
- 31% of those harassed identified the perpetrator as “someone with a Muslim extremist view.”
- “Violent physical anti-Semitism” was most likely to be attributed to Muslim extremists.
- Young Jews are “considerably more likely” to experience anti-Jewish harassment than their elders.
- 44% experienced at least one incident of harassment in the 12 months before the survey.
- 73% of respondents say that they have not worn anything that may identify them as Jewish on at least one occasion due to safety concerns.
- 41% have considered emigrating from their country because of safety concerns, mostly to Israel.
- Holocaust denial or trivialization, suggesting “nefarious uses of power by Jews” or that Jews themselves are to blame for anti-Semitism top the list of anti-Jewish “tropes.”
The survey identifies Muslims, not nzi types, as greatest harasser of German Jews. The question for discussion is:
Considering more attacks on Jews in Germany are perpetrated by Muslims, not nzi types, how should Jews address people who think there is no Islamist threat to Jews?