Anti-Israel protesters in Vienna chant massacre of Jews – fr

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Anti-Israel protesters in Vienna chant massacre of Jews – fr


JTA – Some 2,500 protesters in Austria against Israel’s actions in Gaza chanted a massacre of Jews at a rally on Thursday, Der Standard reported.

Meanwhile, in England, an anti-Semitic slogan on Palestine was painted on the door of a synagogue.

Eight people in Israel have died and at least 119 in Gaza since Hamas and Israeli troops began exchanging fire on Sunday.

In Vienna, the capital of Austria, a man leading songs in Arabic with a loudspeaker shouted “Jews, remember Khaybar, Muhammad’s army is back”. Several protesters repeated the song.

The cry concerns a seventh-century event when Muslims slaughtered and expelled Jews from the city of Khaybar, located in modern Saudi Arabia.

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In the city of Norwich, located about 120 miles north-east of London, the words “Raleshne without Kike” – possibly an attempt to write Palestine – were spray painted on the synagogue door. local Thursday night, The Jewish Chronicle of London reported on Friday.

A swastika has been drawn below.

Local police have stepped up patrols in the area following the incident, which they describe as criminal damage, the newspaper reported.

In Germany, police on Wednesday prevented about 200 people from approaching a synagogue in Gelsenkirchen, many in the rally shouting “shitty Jews”, and Israeli flags were burned outside two other synagogues this week.

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