There are 7 references to Scotland, in the CST report on anti-semitism, published today but none in the Guardian coverage of ‘the UK.’
There has been a staggering 34% increase in the UK data and in a Scotland a 3.3% increase from 30 to 31, since last year.
Scotland’s percentage, overall, is 1.37% around only a tenth of what it might be if the populations were the same.
Back in 2019, the Herald’s Paul Hutcheon tried to inflate things a bit for us:
2 thoughts on “As it soars in England, anti-Semitism remains extremely rare in Scotland”
Ah, but, the reported cases in Scotland ‘are just the tip of an iceberg’.
And, on that ‘factual’ basis the media attack Scotland.
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There are 6.000 Jewish people in Scotland 5,000 in Glasgow. 1.000 in Edinburgh. The numbers are going down. Pop 5.4million,
Including the Right wing American Tomkins migrant family,
The Tory are against migration. Especially from Europe. EU free movement. They are in favour of 3million migrants from Hong Kong and more from the Far East.