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The 2009 report notes that a significant number of Member States do not maintain official or even unofficial data and statistics on antisemitic incidents. For these countries, the Agency provides lists of cases reported either ad-hoc by civil society organisations or through the media with varying degrees of validity and reliability.
In light of current events, the FRA has also collected as much information as possible on antisemitic incidents since the outbreak of hostilities in Gaza in early 2009. The FRA will continue to collect the relevant data in 2009 to present an elaborated analysis, in its next year's update that will be published in early 2010.
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The FRA collects since 2000 regularly all available data and information on racism and xenophobia in the EU Member States and has since 2002 a special focus on antisemitism.
The Agency published previously two major reports on antisemitism in the EU: "Manifestations of Antisemitism in the EU 2002 - 2003" and "Perceptions of Antisemitism in the European Union".