65% of British Jews feel law enforcement not doing enough to stop anti-Semitism

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A newly released survey presents a mixed outlook on Jewish security in the United Kingdom, as 65% of Jews feel that British law enforcement and courts do not do enough to help stop anti-Semitic incidents, even as some 57% of non-Jewish respondents appear to hold no anti-Semitic views.

The Antisemitism Barometer 2021 report was released by the Campaign Against Antisemitism, which works to educate about and combat hate in the U.K., in coordination with King’s College London.