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Algemeiner Video: Victim Speaks Following Horrific Anti-Semitic Attack in Paris

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Published on Mar 27, 2014

The Algemeiner has acquired photos and footage from the aftermath of a horrific anti-Semitic attack that took place in Paris, France late last week.

Speaking on camera a day after his assault, the victim -- a 59-year-old Jewish teacher only identified as David -- said he was attacked by three North African "Maghreb men" at 10 p.m. on March 20 after leaving a kosher restaurant in Rue Manin, Paris, and making his way to a subway station.

"They started to curse me out: 'dirty Jew,' 'death to the Jews,' 'son of a b***,' etc. Then they started to beat me up," David says in the clip before breaking down in tears. "I was hit on my face, I got my nose fractured... And then one of them took something out of his pocket, I thought it was a knife... It was a marker... And this is what they did to me (showing his chest), a swastika as they were screaming 'dirty Jew.' "

David then shows the Nazi symbol drawn on his bare chest by the attackers. When members of the public started coming close to the scene of the attack, the assailants ran away and yelled "we are not finished, we'll get back to you!!" he said.

Read more here: http://www.algemeiner.com/2014/03/27/...

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