It's about how anti-semitism is often not included in anti-racism and how there's a hierarchy of racism badness with Jewish people at the bottom because they are perceived as a) white and b) wealthy. The alleged whiteness doesn't matter to Nazis, neo-Nazis and other bigots of course.
He also looks at how the far left often put anti-capitalism above anti-semitism because, again, Jews are perceived as being wealthy.
So there's a dual bigotry: Jews are rich and controlling the world as well as being racially 'impure'.
It's rarely about religion and all about race as very few bigots take on Jewish beliefs.
Attacks on Jewish people and places (eg synagogues) rarely get much media coverage unless it's there's a big casualty/death toll despite the fact that attacks are at a record high.
https://www.statista.com/chart/16928/an ... uk-annual/Regarding the nature of the incidents, CST reports that there were 100 cases of assault/extreme violence, 72 of damage and desecration of Jewish property, 1,399 reports of abusive behaviour (including verbal abuse, antisemitic graffiti, antisemitic abuse via social media and one-off hate mail), 85 direct antisemitic threats, and 12 cases of mass-mailed antisemitic leaflets or emails
I'm only about half way through the book so I'll add to this.
Baddiel and his brother made this two minute film about anti-semitism in football
https://www.haringey.gov.uk/local-democ ... day/y-word