Islamic Jew-hatred. it's holy, it's in the quran. The leader of the Muslim world aligned with Hitler and lived in the lap of luxury (on Hitler's dime) in Berlin from 1941 to 1945. There he, among other evil actions, made bloodthirsty weekly radio addresses to the Muslim world and axis powers inciting genocide against the Jewish people citing quran chapter and verse. The Mufti al-Husseini was responsible for the death of 400,000 Jewish women and Jewish children at Auschwitz.
Alas, some things never change.
"Rabbi and six-year-old daughter attacked in Berlin" World Jewish Congress, August 29, 2012 (thanks to David)
A 53-year-old Jewish man and his six-year-old daughter have become victims of an anti-Semitic attack in downtown Berlin which was reportedly committed by four youth of Arab origin. The man had to be brought to hospital with wounds at his head. Reportedly, one of the youth asked the man, who wore a kippah: "Are you a Jew?" He then hit him on the head several times and insulted his religion and his mother. He also threatened to kill the six-year-old girl. According to the Jewish weekly 'Jüdische Allgemeine', the victim is a Berlin rabbi.
LA Jewish Federation, ADL, Bay Area Jewish groups were unavailable for comment on the motive behind the attack.
A special unit of Berlin police has begun investigations and said the incident would be treated as hate crime. Berlin Mayor Klaus Wowereit condemned the attack. He said: "Berlin is an international city in which intolerance, xenophobia and anti-Semitsm are not being tolerated. Police will undertake all efforts to find and arrest the perpetrators."
The president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, Dieter Graumann, said in a reaction: "This despicable attack on Jews in the middle of our capital is outrageous and shocking. It is not just an evil attack on Jewry in Germany but an attack against all of us, and against our common values of tolerance and liberalism. It must not be downplayed. However, we Jews won't be intimidated by such callous attacks. We will continue vigorously to build our Jewish future in this country." Graumann expressed confidence that Berlin police would soon catch the perpetrators.