The forms of displays of hatred to Jews in 2015 were similar to those in previous years, including letters, e-mails, verbal attacks, harassment in the vicinity of Jewish sites, desecration and vandalism.
No physical attack on people was registered last year, compared to one in 2014.
Five attacks on property were registered, the same number as in 2014.
The number of threat cases dropped to three and of harassment rose to 31.
Displays of hatred on the Internet were the most frequent like in the previous years. They made up 182 (82 percent) of the total of 221 incidents, the report says.