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Police investigate discrimination against Jews

Police investigate discrimination against Jews

the Swiss police he have Investigations because of Possible discrimination against Jews Through a Mountain restaurant in Davos registered.

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A private person called police on Sunday Notice on the restaurant A Graubünden police spokesman noted, Roman Roig, Monday. The police examined the note.

It is now being determined whether the crime of discrimination or incitement to hatred has been satisfied.

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Yehuda Spielmann, a local council member from Zurich, posted a photo on Platform X purporting to show the posted notice for the mountain restaurant, which also rents out winter sports equipment. The Hebrew letter stated that “due to disturbing incidents,” the equipment would not be loaned to “our Jewish brothers.”

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In an interview with the broadcaster SRF I apologize Rudy Pfiffner From the restaurant at Mount Bisha station to the wording used in the notice.

Restaurant operator wants to “investigate the matter”

The restaurant manager said: “We will investigate this matter and correct the matter.” The memo has been removed, and Jewish guests are set to be allowed to rent items again starting Tuesday. The Davos Klosters tourism organization could not be reached for a reaction on Monday.

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