Hate-crime down, except towards Jews; Expert exposes anti-semitic tenets in Islam, assimilated by Obama & the Left via agents like Khalidi

Hate crimes directed against a person's religion decreased in 2007, except against Jewish people according to the FBI's 2007 Hate Crimes Statistics reported in USA Today.

In 2006, the FBI reported 1,597 hate crimes motivated by a religious bias. That figure dropped to 1,477 in 2007, according to the report.

Of the religiously based hate crimes, attacks against Jews rose from 64% in 2006 to 68% in 2007. Anti-Muslim hate crimes, meanwhile, decreased from 12% in 2006 to 9% in 2007.

"Antisemitism, like some other principles within Islam, injects bias among certain cultures," asserts Brown Univ. expert Dr. Andrew Bostom.

Hate crimes against Catholics accounted for 4% of the reported hate crimes motivated by religious biases — down from 5% in 2006. Four percent of the hate crimes were motivated by anti-Protestant biases, and 9% were against other religions.

Of the reported hate crimes motivated by religious bias, 26% occurred in or near residences or homes; 18% occurred in churches, synagogues or temples; and 12% occurred in schools or colleges.

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