The Jewish teenagers’ bus was spat at, the attackers hit the windows with their shoes and shouted threats. “London is a city where Jews should be allowed to celebrate in peace,” a spokesman for Scotland Yard said on British TV. There shouldn’t be such abnormal incidents, ”he continues.
But not only Great Britain has a problem with anti-Semitism. At least 261 anti-Semitic incidents occurred in Germany from May 9th to 24th, during the war of the radical Islamic Hamas against Israel. The Federal Association of Research and Information Centers for Anti-Semitism (RIAS) and the International Institute for Education, Social and Anti-Semitism Research (IIBSA) come to this conclusion in a new report. According to the authors of the study, the main aggressors were Islamist organizations, which created a hateful atmosphere even before the outbreak of war. They abused religious holidays for Islamist purposes and anti-Semitic agitation.
There had not been a comparable wave of violence against Jews in Germany since 1945. The results of the study prove a hatred of Jews and the Jewish state, which is particularly strong in Islamist circles and is also regularly nurtured there – eXXpress reported.