More than 100 bomb threats have been made against Jewish centers and schools in the US since January this year. Many cemeteries have also been vandalised. US senators have demanded the government take measures to enhance security.
Pakistani authorities have released Hafiz Saeed, the man believed to have planned the 2008 attacks in Mumbai. More than 170 people were killed over the three-day siege. India reacted with outrage at the decision.
Recent bomb threats targeting the Jewish community in the US are "horrible" and "painful," according to US President Donald Trump. The president also urged resistance to all forms of "bigotry, intolerance and hatred."
Jewish institutions in the US have been threatened and Jewish cemeteries vandalized. There has been a surge in racist incidents since Donald Trump was elected US president. Miodrag Soric reports from Washington.
Reports of swastika graffiti and racial slurs in schools have risen in the US since Donald Trump won Tuesday's election. The national suicide hotline also reportedly saw a 140 percent increase in calls on election night.
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