UK rabbi is attacked 3 times in suspected anti-Semitism

May 30, 2011 14:31


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The home of a British rabbi has been targeted three times by suspected anti-Semitic vandals.

Bricks have been thrown twice through the window of the home of Rabbi Shmuli Pink's home, and a brick was also thrown through his car window in three separate attacks on May 7, May 20 and May 21, according to reports.

Pink is the rabbi of the Leicester Hebrew Congregation, located in England's East Midlands region. He and his wife have seven children. He has lived in the community, serving its approximately 400 Orthodox Jews, for nearly ten years, the Jewish Chronicle reported.

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