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Jewish Man Attacked in Berlin

As anti-Semitism spreads across the globe, modern technology has brought incidents of such hatred right to our screens. Ynet News' Itamar Eichner reports on an attack this week in Berlin in which a young Jew was attacked with a belt by a Muslim man:

The Jewish man, who was wearing a kippa, filmed the assault on his phone...

Passersby called the police, which launched an investigation into the incident...

"It is incomprehensible to see a young Jewish man attacked on the street in an established area of Berlin, just because he is identified as a Jew," said Levy Salomon, the spokesman of the Jewish Forum for Democracy and Against anti-Semitism. "It shows Jews are not safe even here. We don't need any more speeches, we need actions."

Tags: Video , Anti-Semitism

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