A Jewish student was the victim of verbal and physical assaults from Muslim classmates and has been forced to leave the school in what Jewish groups are calling “anti-Semitism of the evilest kind”.
The Central Council of Jews in Germany are demanding answers from school administrators in Berlin regarding the case of a 14-year-old Jewish boy who was severely bullied by Muslim students. President of the council Josef Schuster said: “If the reports are correct, this is a shattering event.”
He added the administration should assess what went wrong for the bullying to happen in the first place, Die Welt reports.
The parents of the victim say the school’s headmaster did not react fast enough to stop the assaults which were perpetrated by Turkish and Arab students. The attacks occurred at the Friedenauer Gemeinschafts school where an estimated 75 per cent of the students speak German as a second language.
The school has since posted an open letter on their website expressing “regret and horror” over the attack…
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