A group of Jewish and Muslim women, including the city’s only female rabbi, have defiantly come together to remove antisemitic graffiti which appeared overnight on a wall in Billesley in Birmingham, transforming it into positive art depicting a rainbow.
The incident allegedly took place at Newberries Primary School in Radlett, a suburb of London that is around one-third Jewish.
“I haven’t tried to involve the synagogue, because if you are asking for permission, you might not get it,” the rabbi said.
The man, who said he was from “Palestine,” was challenged by other passengers but continued his tirade.
Bahar Arar cursed at and abused one of the Jewish demonstrators at a pro-Israel event. The community feels he deserved a harsher punishment.
On one video, an American paid $5 to write “Hollywood is run by Jews” and “Jews hate Jesus.”
The unidentified suspect also kicked a sign board in the family’s direction before walking away.
The party has launched an educational website about anti-Semitism.
Angela Buxton, who won at Wimbledon in 1956 with her American partner Althea Gibson, said that she had experienced anti-Semitism during her career
The victim, an orthodox Jewish man, is “absolutely traumatized” and unable to return to work.