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A couple was attacked in Berlin because they spoke Hebrew

A couple was attacked in Berlin because they spoke Hebrew

A man physically assaulted two Hebrew speakers in the German capital, Berlin. He has it 27 year old woman Attacked with a chair and her Rafiq, 24 years old Police said on Saturday that the man was punched in the face. Germany is now investigating State Security.

According to previous findings, the two met at a fast food restaurant on Saturday night Neukölln area entertainment. There were two men sitting at an adjacent table and they were said to be speaking to each other in Arabic. “When they observed the language in which the 27-year-old and the 24-year-old were communicating, one of the men is said to have made derogatory comments towards the two,” the statement read. The woman and man asked him to “refrain from making such statements.”

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The attacker fled

The previously unknown attacker first poured an alcoholic drink in her direction and then became violent. The woman blocked the chair attack with her arms. The 24-year-old was punched in the face after standing protectively in front of her. The attacker fled with his companion. Those attacked complained of pain in their arms and faces, but refused medical treatment.

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