The FBI warns Americans of increased threats against Jewish, Muslim, and Arab communities.

The FBI says they have seen an uptick in threats against Jewish, Muslim and Arab American communities related to the ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict. 

"As the conflict continues, the FBI has seen an increase in reports of threats against Jewish, Muslim, and Arab communities and institutions, raising our concern that violent extremists and lone offenders motivated by or reacting to ongoing events could target these communities," the organization said in the Oct. 26 statement.

The warning comes after a six-year-old Palestinian-American boy was stabbed to death in Illinois. The case is being investigated as a hate crime. 

In Georgia, antisemitic fliers were distributed in Brookhaven on Sunday. 

The FBI said recent threats include hoax bomb threats against places of worship and online rhetoric encouraging violence against Muslim, Jewish and Arab American communities. 

Officials said that they have no evidence of planned foreign adversary attacks against the U.S. 

The FBI Atlanta Division has asked Georgians to share information of any threats, and said that all tips are taken seriously. To report information in Georgia, contact FBI Atlanta at 770-216-3000, or submit a tip to or 1-800-CALL FBI.