Social media users who take to the sites to post racial hatred should be served with ‘internet Asbos’, according to a group of MPs.
The report by the all-party inquiry into anti-Semitism is calling on the Crown Prosecution Service to investigate whether the orders could be given out.
It also urged the Government to set up a fund for synagogues to protect themselves from attack.
They want guidelines for judges and prosecutors amended to include specific references to anti-Semitism as a hate crime, and a clampdown on racist abuse on sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
A study by the Community Security Trust, a Jewish charity, logged numerous anti-Semitic posts on social media during the Israeli military action in Gaza in July and August, including the appearance of “Hitler was right” as a hashtag.