Antisemitic assaults reportedly reached a document excessive within the U.S. in 2022 — the second 12 months of President Joe Biden, who ran for workplace primarily based on guarantees to combat antisemites and different extremists.

Swastika Capitol (Stefani Reynolds / AFP / Getty)

Union Station in Washington, DC, is vandalized with a Swastika on January 29, 2022, two days after Worldwide Holocaust Remembrance Day. (Picture by Stefani Reynolds / AFP) (Picture by STEFANI REYNOLDS/AFP through Getty Photographs)

New figures launched Wednesday by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) —…

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