An antisemitic incident which took place outside a Jewish girl’s school in Stamford Hill, north London, on Thursday has been reported to the police.
The spokesperson, from the volunteer-based Jewish organization Shomrim, said that just after 3 p.m., a black male walked by the school Beis Ruchel D’Satmar London in Stamford Hill and shouted, “Jews, dirty Jews, I’m Hitler, I’ll kill the Jews,” among other “shocking and disgusting” epithets, before leaving the premises.
Stamford Hill, known for its large Jewish community, “quite regularly” experiences antisemitic incidents, the spokesman said, “though many don’t get reported.”
A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police confirmed they were aware of the incident but have not yet spoken to the victims of the verbal attack.
Thursday’s incident took place a day after a London man was found guilty of antisemitic abuse, for approaching a a Stamford Hill resident and shouting, “**** all the Jewish people,” and, “I’m going to kill all the Jews.”