Two Israeli Arabs beaten in Dresden after locals overhear them speaking Arabic

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January 12, 2016 21:45

 
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Two Israeli Arab medical students were beaten in Dresden on Monday by six locals who heard them speaking Arabic, the Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday.

According to the two students, who turned for assistance to the Israeli embassy in Berlin, they were punched, cursed and told to leave Germany by the attackers. The two students called the police, who opened an investigation but, according to the Foreign Ministry, the police are having difficult locating the assailants on the basis of the descriptions given. 

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