Sunday, September 25, 2016
UK: "People who didn't know that I could understand them sometimes said very harsh things against Jews"
An interview with a Jewish Polish-Russian family who recently made Aliyah to Israel. The family had lived in the UK for a few years, when their son decided he's moving to Israel.
The mother says: "This reminded us that there had also been various unpleasant incidents in London. When we walked in the park, seven thugs threw Avraham's hat off and laughed, for example. There was antisemitism. I know Polish and Russian and people who didn't know that I could understand them sometimes said very harsh things against Jews. And there was once a march of 70,000 people who wanted London free of Jews."