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1,800% Surge in 'Kill Jews' Google Searches Globally

A recent study has uncovered a 1,800% increase in global Google searches for the term “kill Jews,” highlighting a severe and growing trend in antisemitic sentiments. This alarming statistic is part of a broader analysis conducted by the digital marketing platform Semrush and reported by a Middle-Eastern journal.

The study also revealed significant increases in other disturbing queries. Searches for “Hitler was right” rose by 122%, and terms associated with antisemitic rhetoric, such as “intifada revolution,” “From the river to the sea,” and “Glory to our martyrs,” saw search frequencies skyrocketing over 10,000%.

According to the report, these Google search trends offer a mirror of societal interests and biases. The sharp increase in antisemitic searches after October 7 suggests, according to the report, a worrying escalation in negative attitudes towards Jews.

In addition, according to the report, marked increases in antisemitic search terms have been observed in countries like France, Turkey, Germany, and the United Kingdom.

The terms “Intifada” and “From the river to the sea” have seen their highest increases in the UK, with a 4,500% rise in searches. (JPost / VFI News)

“Many have become my enemies without a cause; those who hate me without reason are numerous.” - Psalm 38:19

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