A new report shows that hateful behavior has reached unprecedented levels in the Greater Manchester area, with more than a third of residents in Britain’s second-most populous urban area reporting that they have been targeted with hate crimes because of their religion, race and ethnicity.
The results of the report published by the Guardian on Monday suggested that some 33 percent of respondents to a survey carried out in the city said they had experienced hate crime and some 16 percent said such experiences have been “frequent”.
The report was launched at the request of Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham following the Manchester Arena bombing.
A total of 23 people were killed in the incident which came during a concert of an American singer in May last year.
The Daesh (ISIL) terrorist group claimed responsibility, saying one of its young recruits, a resident of Manchester, carried out the attack.
However, there was no indication…