Stamford Hill, London – A spate of incidents has seen visibly Jewish men physically assaulted in Stamford Hill, most of them seemingly occurring on the same day.
On 28th October, outside Sainsbury’s in Stamford Hill, a man reportedly assaulted a visibly Jewish man and tried to knock off his hat. Failing, he then yelled: “I tried but didn’t manage.”
In an incident on Durlston Road, a man on a bicycle reportedly attacked a visibly Jewish man and knocked his hat off.
In yet another incident that day, a man on a bicycle again assaulted a Jewish man in Clapton Common, knocking his hat off and punching him.
It was also reported that a Jewish man, also in Clapton Common, was assaulted to the point of having a bloody eye.
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