American Jews still “hunted” online months after the deadly attack claimed 11
Termed as the deadliest attack on Jews in American history, the attack happened in October 2018 where 11 people were slaughtered inside the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.
This appears to have triggered a spike in anti-Semitic searches on Google, exclusive research by CNN.
Many people have typed hateful language into Google that it produced the most anti-Semitic searches seen in the last 12 months.
Our analysis did not include benign searches for information about the news but users seeking material for “Jews must die,” “kill Jews,” and “I hate Jews,” among others, all of which were searched at alarmingly higher rates than normal.
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