'Pro-Israel activist assaulted in London'

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March 21, 2011 11:39

 
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A pro-Israel activist was attacked outside the School of Oriental and African Studies in London on Sunday, The Jewish Chronicle reported.

Police reportedly arrested two men on suspicion of assault.

The activist, a supporter of StandWithUs, was reportedly bitten on the cheek after attempting to film a man who said that "the best thing the Jews had ever done was to go into the gas chambers," according to the Chronicle.

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