Britons make 170,000 antisemitic Google searches a year, study finds

11 January 2019 @12:27 | The Guardian
Research shows 10% of these searches involve violent phrases such as ‘Jews must die’ At least 170,000 antisemitic Google searches are made in the UK every year, with 10% of them involving violent phrases such as “Jews must die” or “kill Jews”, research has revealed. The analysis for the Community Security Trust (CST) showed that while most of the searches are for jokes mocking Jewish people, the most common negative stereotypes claim Jews are “evil” and “racist”. continue...
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