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Comerciante é esfaqueado à morte em ataque antissemita no Uruguai

Agressor teria gritado ‘Alá é grande’ antes de atacar homem.

MONTEVIDÉU – Um comerciante judeu foi morto na tarde terça-feira em Paysandú, no Uruguai, num ataque aparentemente antissemita. O agressor esfaqueou David Fremd, de 54 anos, várias vezes, após gritar “Alá é grande”. Um de seus filhos também foi ferido.

Segundo a polícia, Fremd saía de seu carro para ir à loja que era dono quando foi interceptado e esfaqueado várias vezes pelo atacante. Ele chegou a ser internado na unidade de tratamento intensivo de um hospital, mas não resistiu.

Um dos filhos também foi esfaqueado, mas está fora de perigo. O agressor, de 35 anos, tinha antecedentes penais, segundo a polícia. Ele foi preso.

Algumas versões dizem que o filho da vítima teria discutido com o atacante, mas lideranças religiosas destacaram que o ataque teve motivação de ódio.

— A vítima tem aparência secular, mas é conhecido por ser judeu. Não havíamos visto antissemitismo por aqui, por isso nos surpreendemos — disse o rabino Ben-Tzion Spitz, chefe religioso no país.

Cerca de 15 mil judeus vivem no Uruguai.

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The shocking moment a man tries to strangle an Orthodox Jew outside a Melbourne synagogue and screams ‘swear to Allah’ in his face – but HE is slammed to the ground by his much bigger target

  • Man, 39, assaulted a group of Jewish men outside Melbourne synagogue
  • He was filmed shouting ‘Go back to Israel’ and ‘swear to Allah’ on Thursday
  • Man then tried to strangle one of the Rabis from Adass Israel Synagogue 
  • He had allegedly stolen a child’s scooter from outside the synagogue
  • He was charged with theft, criminal damage and unlawful assault  

Video footage shows the 39-year-old man arguing with a group of Orthodox Jews outside the Adass Israel Synagogue in Ripponlea, south of Melbourne, on Thursday night.

The Reservoir man, who was drunk at the time, had been walking with three others towards the nearby train station when he allegedly stole a child’s scooter from outside the synagogue.

He got into a verbal argument with several Jewish men who came out of the synagogue to question him over the alleged theft.

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Video footage shows the 39-year-old man arguing with a group of Orthodox Jews outside the Adass Israel Synagogue in Ripponlea, south of Melbourne, on Thursday night

Video footage shows the 39-year-old man arguing with a group of Orthodox Jews outside the Adass Israel Synagogue in Ripponlea, south of Melbourne, on Thursday night.

The man, who was wearing a red shirt, pair of board shorts and no shoes, then slapped one of them in the face after he was told to ‘talk nicely’.

The victim and another man quickly cornered him on the ramp of the synagogue and told him to settle down because the police were on their way.

‘You settle down right now. You’ve got booze inside of you, true or not?’ the Jewish Rabi said in the video.

The man, who repeatedly said he was Aboriginal, started shouting at one of the men: ‘Go back to Israel’ and asked ‘Do you want to swear to Allah?’.

The man was then caught on camera trying to grab hold of the Jewish man’s throat.

The group of men, dressed in religious attire, quickly tackled him and pinned his arms and legs to the concrete until police arrived a short time later.

The man, who repeatedly said he was Aboriginal, started shouting at one of the men: 'Go back to Israel' and asked 'Do you want to swear to Allah?'

The man, who repeatedly said he was Aboriginal, started shouting at one of the men: ‘Go back to Israel’ and asked ‘Do you want to swear to Allah?’

He was then caught on camera trying to grab hold the Jewish man’s throat (left) before he was quickly tackled and pinned to the ground by a group of men dressed in religious attire

The group of men quickly tackled him and pinned his arms and legs to the concrete until police arrived. He allegedly stole a child's scooter from outside the synagogue

The group of men quickly tackled him and pinned his arms and legs to the concrete until police arrived. He allegedly stole a child’s scooter from outside the synagogue

The man was arrested and charged with theft, criminal damage and two counts of unlawful assault over the incident.

A Rabi from the synagogue told Daily Mail Australia the man who bore the brunt of the attack was not injured in the scuffle. He said police told him at the time the man was on drugs.

‘It was an isolated incident and it was handled very well. It wasn’t anti-Semitic. The guy was on drugs and ice,’ he said.

‘A group of four were walking through the lane and they walked past some of the kids. I think they made a comment and then they started stealing their scooters.

‘This guy decided to stay for some odd reason and that’s when it happened. We handed the footage over to police.’

The man was held by police for several hours before being released on bail. He will front Melbourne Magistrate’s Court on January 19 next year.

The 39-year-old man from Reservoir was arrested and charged with theft, criminal damage and two counts of unlawful assault over the incident. He will face Melbourne Magistrate's Court on January 19 next year

The 39-year-old man from Reservoir was arrested and charged with theft, criminal damage and two counts of unlawful assault over the incident. He will face Melbourne Magistrate’s Court on January 19 next year

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Propietario judío de café de París pierde esposa y amigos en el ataque terrorista

Gregory Reibenberg es el principal accionista de La Belle Equipe, que fue atacado por hombres armados del Estado Islámico; su esposa Djamila murió en sus brazos; el gerente musulmán de la cafetería también fue asesinado.

AGENCIA DE NOTICIAS ENLACE JUDÍO MÉXICO – Uno de los cafés donde hombres armados del Estado Islámico perpetraron asesinatos en París el viernes es propiedad de un hombre judío, y su esposa murió en el ataque. Igual que amigos suyos de una familia musulmana de origen tunecino, uno de los cuales era un accionista minoritario y gerente de la cafetería.

 El accionista mayoritario del café La Belle Equipe, en la intersección de los distritos 10 y 11, es Gregory Reibenberg.

Reibenberg y su esposa estaban en la cafetería, que estaba llena de clientes, cuando los terroristas abrieron fuego sobre las 21:30. Su esposa Djamila Houd, murió en sus brazos.

“Yo le estuve sujetando la mano. No pudimos reanimarla. No pudimos hacer nada más”, dijo Reibenberg a la televisión ​​France-2. “Me pidió que cuidara de nuestra hija, y le prometí que lo haría”.

Gregory-Reibenberg

Otras dos personas asesinadas en el café eran Halima Saadi Ndiaye y su hermana Hodda Saadi. Su hermano Khaled trabaja en el café. La familia es de origen francés con raíces musulmanas tunecinas y parientes en Senegal.

Hodda Saadi también poseía una participación en La Belle Equipe y era su gerente. Los hermanos a menudo pasan por ahí, a compartir una copa o una comida.

Según el Daily Mail de Gran Bretaña, 19 personas murieron en el ataque a la cafetería, que según dijo fue regada con fuego automático por dos hombres armados del Estado islámico.

Halima estaba celebrando su 36 cumpleaños cuando los asesinos atacaron. Al cabo de un minuto, estaba muerta. En cuestión de horas, su hermana Hodda, también. Khaled trató en vano de salvarlos, junto con amigos y otros clientes del café.

Once del grupo de amigos que estaban celebrando fueron reportados muertos en el ataque.

“Todos vivimos aquí, gente, y tenemos que luchar uno por el otro y ayudarnos mutuamente. Allí había gente negra, árabes, judios. Nos tocó a todos. Así que todos estamos en el mismo barco”, dijo otro hermano, Abdallah, quien voló desde Túnez para reunirse con su familia tan pronto como se enteró de los ataques.

“Había tres cumpleaños, incluido el de mi hermana”, Khaled Saadi relató, con lágrimas en los ojos. Entonces, “llegaron y comenzaron a disparar a todos dentro y fuera.”

“Me acosté en el suelo boca abajo con la esperanza de evitar las balas”, continuó. “Cuando me enteré de que no había más disparos, levanté la cabeza, pero empezaron a disparar de nuevo, así que volví a esconderme.”

Khaled y Abdullah Saadi

Después de un minuto que pareció una eternidad, las armas callaron. Se puso de pie y se encontró a dos de sus hermanas, junto con amigos y colegas, en un charco de sangre.

“Mi primer paso fue buscar a mis dos hermanas. Así que encontré a la primera, Halima Saadi. Murió en el acto”, dijo. “Y mi segunda hermana Hodda, intenté salvarla.

“La trasladé con un amigo suyo llamado Sam. La llevamos a otro restaurante cercano, y luego hicimos lo mismo con mi otra hermana”, dijo. Hablamos con Hodda, que apenas respiraba, y le aseguraron que estaban allí.

Los servicios de emergencia llegaron en unos 20 minutos, pero le dijeron que había poca esperanza. Más tarde se enteraron que murió al llegar al hospital que trataba algunas de las 350 personas heridas en los ataques del viernes.

Las hermanas estaban muy unidas, a pesar de que Halima se había trasladado a Senegal con su esposo y sus dos hijos, de 3 y 6.

La Belle Equipe