Anti-Semitic incidents dropped dramatically in Germany last year, but violent attacks are up. According to a report Saturday in the Tagesspiegel newspaper, government sources said there were 1,300 reported anti-Semitic crimes in 2003, down 20 percent from the previous year. But the number of violent attacks against Jews rose from 28 to 35, including 12 incidents in Berlin.
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