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October 6, 2016 1:20 pm

Police Seeking London Man Who Yelled ‘I’m Hitler, I’ll Kill the Jews’ Outside Stamford Hill School

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The Jewish school where Thursday's incident took place. Photo: Twitter.

The Beis Ruchel D’Satmar school (the first building on the left), where Thursday’s incident took place. Photo: Twitter.

Police in London are seeking a man involved in an antisemitic incident that took place on Thursday outside a Jewish elementary school in the British capital, a spokesperson for a neighborhood patrol group told The Algemeiner shortly after the incident.

The spokesperson, from the volunteer-based Jewish organization Shomrim, said that just after 3 pm, a black male walked by the Beis Ruchel D’Satmar school in Stamford Hill and shouted, “Jews, dirty Jews, I’m Hitler, I’ll kill the Jews,” among other “shocking and disgusting” epithets, before leaving the premises.

Members of the Shomrim group were called to the scene and quickly notified police.

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Stamford Hill, known for its large Jewish community, “quite regularly” experiences antisemitic incidents, the spokesman said, “though many don’t get reported.”

Thursday’s incident took place a day after another London man was found guilty of antisemitic abuse, for approaching a Stamford Hill resident and shouting, “f*** all the Jewish people,” and, “I’m going to kill all the Jews.”

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  • Paul Grad

    This is what happens when Jews are denied the Right to carry guns, as they are in the U.K.

    • Yvette Moore

      No-one can carry guns here and most of us are very grateful.

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