Three Jewish youths assaulted in anti-Semitic attack in Britain

September 7, 2015 15:47


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An anti-Semitic attack in Britain has left one victim, 17, seriously injured after he was assaulted at a tram stop in North Manchester, UK police said Monday.

The incident, which took place at the Bowker Vale Metrolink station, also left two others, 18 and 20, with minor injuries, according to the BBC.

The victims were attacked by three men who verbally and physically assaulted them as the three Jewish youths were waiting for the tram.

UK police said that the assault is being treated as a hate crime, the BBC added.

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