Monday, October 22, 2018
LA: 72% of hate crimes target Jews, 12% target Muslims
The latest report from the Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations shows that 72% of hate crimes against religion in the county were against Jews in 2017.
Following Jews on the list were Muslims, Catholics and Protestants:
The number of hate crimes targeting Jews increased by 4% from 2016, from 71% to 68%.
Among all targeted groups, Jews were 3rd at 14%, behind the LGBT community (21%) and blacks (25%)
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