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4 Arab men beat Hasidic man on Paris train in unprovoked attack

By Mason White 7:52 PM March 4, 2014
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By: Devansh Dutt
A Hasidic man was beaten by four Arab man while traveling on a train in an unprovoked attack, police in France said.

Paris Police said that the 28-year-old Chabad man was traveling from Nogent Sur Marne to the Gare de Lyon in Paris on Sunday, when he was attacked.

The victim, identified only as A. Levy, suffered some injuries after the attackers held him down and beat his face. The suspects were shouting “Jews” before attacking Levy.

The suspects stopped attacking Levy after one of them saw police officers coming to the scene. Levy stayed on the train and filed a complaint with the police for aggravated assault.

Earlier this month, a yeshiva student was hospitalized after he suffered stab wounds, according to police reports in Ukraine.

Kiev Police said that the ultra-Orthodox Jewish man was stabbed after coming under an anti-Semitic attack by three assailants on Friday Night.

It all began when Dov Bear Glickman was walking home after eating dinner at the synagogue. Glickman suddenly realized that he is being followed by four assailants. Glickman’s home is located a few blocks from the synagogue.

The four suspects began beating him while yelling anti-Jewish epithets.

The victim began screaming for help and the four suspects fled from the scene. Glickman managed to make his way back to the synagogue where he collapsed.

A security guard at the synagogue called an ambulance that took him to the hospital. Glickman suffered from ruptured artery, and he underwent emergency surgery.

Police launched an investigation, and so far, one suspect has been arrested.