|It seems anti-Semitic attacks worldwide (and especially Europe) are declining. Not that you'll see it reported that often.|
The Jewish Agency for Israel reported a dip in anti-Semitic incidents worldwide last year, crediting political pressure and police crackdowns.
Agency chairman Zeev Bielski and Israel’s Diaspora minister, Avraham Hirschson, presented the 2005 data Thursday at a news conference held by the Global Forum Against Anti-Semitism. According to the findings, there were fewer anti-Semitic incidents in Britain, France, Belgium and the Czech Republic — considered hot spots of hostility to Jews — compared to the prior year, thanks to police action against culprits.