The following data about anti-Jewish and religiously-biased hate crimes in the United States has been exceprted from the annual Report on Hate Crimes released by the Uniform Crime Reporting Program of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
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In 2012, 1,730 law enforcement agencies across the United States reported 5,796 hate crime incidents involving 6,718 offenses. 2.7% of all victims from these offenses were religious institutions.
Hate crimes motivated by religious bias accounted for 1,099 incidents involving 1,166 offenses, 1,340 victims and 484 known offenders.
A breakdown of the offenses showed that approximately 60% were anti-Jewish, 13% were anti-Islamic and 7% were anti-Catholic.
The following table tracks hate crimes by religious bias as reported by U.S. law enforcement agencies since 1996:
Sources: Federal Bureau of Investigation