Jewish students at Cambridge allege antisemitic attack, cover-up

By JTA
November 28, 2016 11:20

 
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Three Jewish students at Cambridge University in Britain say they were violently attacked by members of a university drinking club and that the university covered up the results of an investigation into the incident.

The incident that occurred late last month was first reported on Saturday by the British daily newspaper The Telegraph.

The students said they walked into a graduate student union bar but discovered that it had been rented out by the sporting societies of Christ’s College.

One of the students, identified as Shlomo Roiter-Jesner, 25, said that when the students at the bar noticed their kippot they got “more physical and more vocal.”

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