A Jewish man walking back from synagogue was allegedly pelted with a glass bottle by an assailant shouting “dirty Jew” in Stamford Hill.
The alleged assault occurred at 19:45 on Saturday, as the Jewish man was walking from a synagogue down Fairholt Road on the corner of Bethune Road in Stamford Hill, North East London. As he walked, a man allegedly shouted at him: “Dirty Jew, f****n Jew, all Jews shall go to hell.” He then threw a glass beer bottle at him and it smashed on the ground.
The suspect is described as a tall white male with a medium build who was wearing blue jeans, a brown coat, a red baseball cap, a blue hoodie and red trainers.
Anybody with information should call the police on 101, quoting reference number CAD 7178 21/12/19, or call Stamford Hill Shomrim on 0300 999 0123.
In a separate incident on Saturday evening, a Jewish motorist was stationary in his vehicle on Manor Road in Stamford Hill, when a male suspect allegedly spat at the car and subjected him to a torrent of verbal abuse, including “f***ing Jew.” Anybody with information should call the police, quoting reference number CAD 1907 22/12/19, or call Stamford Hill Shomrim.
In yet another incident, two Jewish motorists were also verbally abused in the area while waiting at traffic lights.