UK: Gang of 20 Men Attack Synagogue in Stamford Hill

Stamford Hill synagogue attack: Police up north London patrols after video shows gang of men launching apparent ‘anti-Semitic’ assault

Details are sketchy at the article, I will see what I can find.

It appears to be Drunks who launched what is being described as a “non-targeted”, I assume that means “random” attack, no information is available to indicate what if anything may have precipitated this assault.

BBC, Mirror, JPost

From the Evening Standard

A spokesman said the fight was being treated as “anti-Semitic” but police do not believe it was a planned attack.

In a statement, he said: “The disturbance began when a group of drunk males, believed to have walked to the area from a house party nearby, tried to gain access to the synagogue in Craven Park Road, N15.

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  • mobuyus

    Looks like neo Nazis trying to prove their worth to their new jihadi masters.

    • Surele Surele

      Do they have JDL in UK?

  • Surele Surele

    first signs of rampant islamophobia, l

  • Rosenmops

    Are those girls part of the group that is attacking? It is hard to tell what is going on. I hear maybe eastern European accents?

    • I read that two girls were involved.

    • edlancey

      Not east-european, just worthless estuary english with the frizzy haired girl affecting a caribbean lilt for whatever reason – one assumes jungle fever.

      Just another saturday night for low-life – I imagine any anti-semitism was incidental/

  • roccolore

    Try doing this in a terror mosque and there would be “hate crime charges.”

    • Bacon gets you jailed in the UK.

    • tom_billesley

      Quickest way to get a police reponse is to misidentify the synagogue as a mosque.

  • DMB

    Here is what the Jews and other non Muslims living in Oceania er um UK should do. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_D0XEA6qUE

  • tom_billesley

    The “tolerance” extended to muslim anti-semitism has obviously made anti-semitism more socially tolerable in general.

    • That appears to be the case across the board in Europe, of course they prefer to call it anti-zionism.