Prague - A new study by Prague’s Jewish Community says that anti-Semitism in the Czech Republic has not risen over the last year and remains at a relatively low level.
The annual report on anti-Semitism released Thursday notes that unlike in the Czech Republic, anti-Semitism is on the rise in other parts of the world.
It notes a swastika painted on a Holocaust memorial and another one on a synagogue, a physical attack on a Jew, and several verbal attacks and threats in the Czech Republic in 2011.
In total, the report compiles five attacks against Jewish property, four threats, seven Websites attacking Jews and 19 ant-Semitic articles in the media.
Czech police recorded 16 anti-Semitic offenses in 2011.
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