A Bruxelles, des passagers ont eu droit à des menaces antisémites et d'attentat dans un tram. Un homme a "élevé la voix pour s'indigner que des musulmans se faisaient tuer en Irak. Et que la Belgique ne faisait rien car elle était gouvernée par des Juifs, qu'il faudrait tous tuer! Puis en lançant: 'Vous allez voir, cela va péter à Bruxelles!'»". Michel L raconte: "Je ne suis absolument pas de confession juive, mais cela ne change rien au fait», dit-il. «À ce moment-là, je me suis senti juif!".
When I boarded a packed 102 bus in Golders Green on Tuesday evening, the last thing I expected was to be confronted with a racist free to spout antisemitic abuse with no one prepared to stop him. On the top deck of my bus, which was full of Jewish school children, sat a grey-haired man screaming “get the Jews off the bus, all they do is f*** us”.
I took my seat and looked around stunned at what I was hearing, desperate to catch the eyes of other outraged passengers. But all I saw was heads tilted, eyes down or firmly faced forward, as the man continued to shout: “I hate the Jews, burn them, I’m going to burn this bus.” As the bus slowly crawled towards Temple Fortune, the man, who appeared to be in his late 40s, stood up and announced that the long line of traffic was “the Jews fault.”
Unchallenged, he stormed off and marched alongside the bus as it crawled towards the North Circular. The relieved passengers visibly relaxed, with one joking, “I don’t think he could burn a bus”, was the only remark I heard anyone make about the incident. SUITE.