In its annual report on anti-Semitism in Australia, Australian Jewry’s umbrella organization said there were 50% more anti-Jewish attacks between October 2003 and September 2004 than the average recorded over the past 14 years.
In one incident, the words “kill the Jews” were burned into the lawn outside the state parliament of Tasmania; other incidents involved anti-Semitic graffiti and attacks on individuals, synagogues, and other property.
A total of 455 such attacks took place during the reported period, marking the third year in a row that the number has topped 450.
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