South African Jews file police complaint against 3 for ‘gross anti-Semitism’

The South African Jewish Board of Deputies on Thursday filed a police complaint against three individuals they say contributed to a recent uptick in anti-Semitic attacks and threats against Jews in the country.

The Jewish umbrella group said in a statement it reported Muhammad Hattia, Tameez Seedat and Matome Letsoalo to the Sandton Police for the “grossly anti-Semitic” comments they made earlier this month.

According to the SAJBD, Letsoalo earlier this month tweeted that “[The] #Holocaust Will be like A Picnic When we are done with all you Zionist Bastards. F**k All Of You.” In another, he branded Jews vermin that Hitler should have exterminated entirely.

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