In 2022, there will be nearly 1,000+ incidents of anti-Semitism According to the Anti-Defamation League, there will be more coverage in the US than in 2021. In actual numbers, the year-over-year increase represents a jump from 2,717 to 3,697 incidents. This is the highest number of incidents recorded since the Anti-Defamation League began collecting data in 1979, and the third time in the past five years that a year-end record has been set.
Incidents of harassment, vandalism and assault — the three main categories tracked by the ADL — also each increased by more than 25 percent individually, with anti-Semitic vandalism jumping 51 percent last year. Harassment has increased at both Jewish and non-Jewish institutions, including public K-12 schools and universities.
While it’s impossible to identify a single cause for the sharp rise in incidents, a few trends stand out in the data: Goyim Defense Alliance; a sharp increase in incidents at schools and universities; and an alarming (69 per cent) increase in attacks on Orthodox Jews. Likewise, according to the American Jewish Committee’s 2022 State of Anti-Semitism Survey in America, 69% of Jewish adults Be the target of online anti-Semitism, or have seen it online at least once in the past 12 months.
Geographically, incidents were reported in all states and Washington, DC. New York, home to the largest Jewish population in the United States, will lead the nation in the number of reported anti-Semitic incidents in 2022 with 580, followed by California and New Jersey.
Stacker The cited data is from Anti-Defamation League Elucidate the number of anti-Semitic incidents in each state and Washington, D.C., in 2022 and compare them to the numbers five years ago. States are listed alphabetically.