Discourse

Antisemitic discourse means language, themes or imagery that uses or evokes antisemitic ideas about Jews. This is common in extremist circles, but can also appear in mainstream society: including newspaper articles, political speeches and comments, internet postings or TV and radio programmes.

CST publishes an annual survey of antisemitic discourse in the UK in its Antisemitic Discourse Report. This concentrates upon antisemitic discourse within mainstream society.

You can keep up to date with developments in antisemitism on the CST Blog.

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