More than a quarter of Jewish students are living in fear of an anti-Semitic attack, a new report has found.
Published by the National Union of Students (NUS), the study found 26 per cent of Jews in further or higher education were either fairly worried or very worried about being subjected to a physical attack, property damage,verbal abuse or theft as a result of their religion.
Almost two-thirds of Jewish students had not been the victim of crime at their place of study.
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More than one in four Jewish students (28 per cent) have been subjected to personal abuse on social media or other communication channels.
Reports of anti-Jewish sentiment within the NUS could help explain why fewer than half (49 per cent) of Jewish students said they would feel comfortable attending NUS events.
Two-thirds thought the union would not respond appropriately to allegations of anti-Semitism.