Muslims Attack Jewish Tourist in Berlin on Eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day
A group of six Arabs attacked an Israeli man in Berlin, according to a report by Benjamin Weinthal in The Jerusalem Post on Sunday.
The 31-year-old Israeli filed a criminal complaint, according to the daily BZ newspaper. The paper titled its article ”Anti-Semitism: Punched in the face because he is Israeli.”
The six Arabs first confirmed the man was an Israel, and then identified themselves as “Palestinians”.
The BZ reported that the Israeli left his apartment with his wife and was confronted by a group of six young men. The youths surrounded the man and his wife, and struck his face. His wife was not injured. According to the report, the youths insulted him.
An ambulance took the Israeli to a hospital for care for his facial injuries. The police are investigating the attack.
Meanwhile in his address, Prime Minister Netanyahu warned about the dangers of ignoring reality.
When you refuse to accept reality as it is, you can deny it. And this is precisely what the leaders of the West did. They dismissed the murderous Nazi rhetoric as internal German politics; they downplayed the seriousness of the danger of the military build-up of the Nazis, claiming that it was the result of the natural will of a proud nation, that it should be taken into consideration, that it should be accepted.
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Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. He is completing a book on the international challenges America faces in the 21st century.
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