CST's 2017 Antisemitic Incidents Report, shows that CST recorded 1,382 antisemitic incidents nationwide in 2017, the highest total CST has ever recorded for a calendar year. This is a 3 per cent increase from the 1,346 incidents recorded during 2016, which was itself a record annual total. The previous record high was in 2014, when CST recorded 1,182 antisemitic incidents.
Vyacheslav Likhachev, head of the Monitoring Group for the Rights of National Minorities of the Congress of National Communities of Ukraine, published a report on "Manifestations of antisemitism in Ukraine: the first half of 2017".
109 new antisemitic incidents in Italy in 2017: 60 connected to the Internet; 20 reports on graffiti and graphics; 15 defamation acts and insults; 11 insults and various vandalism acts. "Osservatorio antisemitismo" of the "Center for Contemporary Jewish Documentation" published those latest data (Cdec).
The residents of Prague have the least positive approach to the Roma and Jews out of the population of the Czech Republic, according to a poll conducted by the Institute for the Studies of Totalitarian Regimes (USTR) and sociologists and released on Wednesday.