Restaurant owner in Turkey attacks two diners because they are JewishBy Mason White 12:43 PM February 10, 2014
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By: Aarav Sen
Two Jewish diners were forced to run for their lives after being attacked by the restaurant owner, Algemeiner reported.
The anti-Semitic attack occurred last week, at a restaurant located in Babaeski.
The two decided to stop for lunch at a fish restaurant, but when the owner discovered that they were Jewish, the trouble began.
At first, the owner made it clear that he will not serve Jews at his restaurant, and he began cursing the Torah. Then, the man picked up a kitchen tool and began attacking them. The two fled from the scene in a hurry.
Relations between Israel and Turkey, went south after a deadly raid on the Gaza flotilla ship Mavi Marmara, where several Turkish citizens died.