Rabbi Alex Chapper, 33, was the victim of a “faith-hate” crime in July last year. He was returning from a synagogue in Ilford, Essex, with three Jewish friends after conducting a service. All were wearing skull caps. Seven Asian teenagers followed them down the road shouting “Yehudi”, which means Jew in Arabic. One of them shouted, “We are Pakistani, you are Jewish. We are going to kill you”, before punching Rabbi Chapper in the face and hitting one of his friends over the head with a bottle.
Some squads don’t even record anti-semitic incidents, according to a parliamentary commission. Not a single person has been prosecuted for an anti-semitic hate crime over the past year.
Now here’s the punchline. Read down to the part where he explains why Muslims shouldn’t participate in Holocaust Memorial Day. “Global polite society has been blazing its own merry trail toward this occasion for decades,” wrote Bret Stephens of the conference in Tehran earlier this week. This turd and his soft revisionism are precisely what he had in mind.