The city of Hanover has filed charges of slander and intent to cause grave physical harm. It was reportedly the first violent anti-Semitic incident this year in the Hanover area that was not committed by neo-Nazis.
Charlotte Knobloch, president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, told the newspaper Die Welt that anti-Semitic feelings were widespread in both far-right and Muslim communities in the country. “It particularly saddens me that those anti-Semitic views can already be seen with such vehemence among children and youths,” she said.
Posted on June 28, 2010
Source: (By World Jewish Congress, June 25, 2010)
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