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Antisemitism Up 193% On Facebook Since Oct. 7: CyberWell

Protesters rally during a pro-Palestinian demonstration asking for a cease fire in Gaza at Union Station in Washington, Friday, Nov. 17, 2023. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)
  • Speaking at the Jerusalem Post Second Front Conference, Tal-Or Cohen Montemayor, founder and CEO of CyberWell, stated that since the Hamas attack on October 7, online antisemitism has surged by 86%, adding that one of the largest increases has been on Facebook, which recorded a 193% increase in content deemed likely to be antisemitic.
  • “There is a clear surge not only in online antisemitism but in calls to violence against Jews – specifically in Arabic, where there was an increase from a very small percentage to over 26% of the data: clear outward violence and justifying the killing of Jews online,” she said in her interview with Tamar Uriel-Beeri, managing editor of Jpost.com.
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