The number of violent anti-Semitic acts jumped dramatically in Britain last year, an Israeli government report found. Violent attacks against Jews and Jewish property jumped from 55 to 77 incidents in 2004, according to the figures released Sunday. The findings were published in a report by the Global Forum Against Anti-Semitism, a joint project of the Israeli government and the Jewish Agency for Israel.
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