jeudi 15 août 2019

Deux rabbins attaqués à Berlin en deux semaines

Daily Mail:
Rabbi is assaulted in Berlin in second such attack in the German capital in two weeks 
- A German publication said the victim's name is Rabbi Jan Aaron Hammel
- Comes just two weeks after another rabbi was sworn at and insulted in Berlin
- Reports said the attacker spoke in Arabic before assaulting the Rabbi
- Other hate crimes have been reported in Potsdam and Munich
- Report found that anti-semitism among immigrant Muslims is pervasive
- Victim Rabbi Teichtal called for 'tolerance, dialogue and training' in statement

Berlin police say two unidentified suspects pushed a Rabbi to the ground in Charlottenburg, Berlin making this the second anti-semitic attack in the capital in two weeks.

Police said Thursday the victim was identifiable as Jewish by his attire and was treated in hospital for pains in his legs and hands.  Though police did not name the victim, the daily German Bild newspaper identified him as Jan Aaron Hammel. 

According to the publication, the men spoke Arabic before pushing him.

Two weeks ago, another rabbi, Rabbi Yehuda Teichtal, said he was insulted and sworn at by two Arabic-speaking men in Wilmersdorf, a district of Berlin.  
After the incident, he called for 'tolerance, dialogue and training' in a statement.  
An attack in Munich saw a man verbally abused and one of his 19-year-old sons spat on and a Potsdam man wearing a kippa had anti-semitic slurs shouted at him as he alighted a tram. 
Police said most of the attacks have been on men who appeared Jewish from their attire. 

A recent study by the American Jewish Committee’s Ramer Institute for German-Jewish Relations in Berlin found that anti-semitism is pervasive among the million immigrant Muslims in Germany.  
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Though police did not name the victim, the daily German Bild newspaper identified him as Jan Aaron Hammel.

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