This is the second time in the three months that footage of British Jews being subjected to anti-Semitism on British public transport has gone viral.
“I haven’t tried to involve the synagogue, because if you are asking for permission, you might not get it,” the rabbi said.
The unidentified suspect also kicked a sign board in the family’s direction before walking away.
The victim, an orthodox Jewish man, is “absolutely traumatized” and unable to return to work.
Trans women are still considered men according to Orthodox Jewish law, which prevents the women from swimming there.
Another lost football game, another display of Naziism from the team’s fans.
Uber refused to compensate the jilted passengers, saying they didn’t want to “minimize” the experience by giving it a “arbitrary monetary value.”
“The exhibition is a powerful reminder that … the Muslim community in Albania were one of the few who did not stand idly by.”
HSBC “strongly supports observance of international human rights principles as they apply to business,” a spokesperson said.
A German woman in attendance said: “I think what we just saw was anti-Semitism.”