A Jewish teenager was attacked in London last week in the latest anti-Semitic incident against visibly Jewish people in our nation’s capital.

The attack was reported to Shomrim, the Jewish volunteer neighbourhood watch in North London, by a “shocked” female witness. She reported that three youths attacked an observant Jewish boy by removing his kippah (Jewish skullcap), caused him and threw a stone at him.

The incident occurred on 31 May 2020 on Lynmouth Road in Samford Hill.

If anyone has any information on this incident, they are encouraged to contact the police on 101 or Stamford Hill Shomrim on 0300 999 0123, quoting reference number: CAD7352 31/05/2020.

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