According to the EU Fundamental Rights Agency, 44% of Jewish youth (16-34 years old) say they were a victim of antisemitic harassment. This result is 12% higher than their elders. Furthermore, 80% of young Jews do not report cases of harassment, which prevents the victim from receiving the necessary support, and leaves the perpetrator unpunished.
A European Journal of Jewish Studies study indicates that “Jewish men were more likely to experience anti-Semitic incidents”. However, it does not mean that Jewish women are unaffected. It is important to remember that on top of antisemitic incidents, Jewish women also face gender-based discrimination. This argument also applies to other religions as well.