Pro-Palestine to Nazis; Melbourne facing a ‘Tsunami of Hatred’


Important Takeaways:

  • Melbourne is home to Nazis and far-Left activists – leaving Jews facing a ‘tsunami of hatred’ like they’ve never before experienced in Australia
  • Melbourne has become ‘the epicenter of antisemitism’ with Jewish locals experiencing a ‘tsunami of hatred’, a community leader says.
  • Children are being bullied in schools for being Jewish and Nazi sympathizers are using the guise of empathy toward Palestine for spreading hatred and vitriol.
  • Dvir Abramovich, chair of the Anti-Defamation Commission, told Daily Mail Australia the current environment for Jewish residents in Melbourne was the worst he had ever seen following Hamas’ attack on Israel on October 7.
  • A Jewish family from Melbourne told Daily Mail Australia that their teenage daughter had been targeted by high school students.
  • Her mother, who wished to remain anonymous, said a series of anti-Semitic incidents had been directed at her daughter since the start of the year, well before the current Israel/Hamas conflict.
  • ‘She has been sent swastikas online. One child repeatedly approached her and told her ‘Knock Knock’ jokes in which the butt of the jokes are “dead Jews”,’ she said.
  • ‘Another student approached her and declared: “I will gas you and your whole family”.’
  • Sarah Carter – mayor of Maribyrnong in Melbourne’s innerwest – shared distressing photos on Monday after the Star of David was graffitied onto buildings and businesses in Footscray.
  • The vandalism draws comparisons to Nazi Germany of the 1930s, when doors of Jewish businesses were marked to deter Germans.

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