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	Vandalism Anti-Semitic vandalism in Ottava

Of the 2,669 hate crimes that were committed in Canada in 2020, general damage to property used primarily for worship was the most common crime, accounting for almost half (44%) of all hate crimes in this country.

As a rule, criminals put offensive inscriptions on religious institutions or other property, incl. belonging to members of a particular religious community. According to the police and community leaders, this is done to intimidate or express their hateful feelings. The increase in hate vandalism during the pandemic is explained by the high level of youth radicalization on the Internet, since it is online propaganda that forces radicals to carry out such attacks offline.

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