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Teenage, Muslim, Geordie racists go ‘Jew hunting’ in Newcastle

by | 27th, January 2015

At Newcastle Crown Court the victim of a racist beating tells us:

“I feel shaken and unsafe to walk the streets in my own community. I have never experienced fear and terror like it and I have no doubt I was attacked for being Jewish.”

Prosecutor Bridie Smurthwaite:

“The defendants had deliberately travelled to the area in Gateshead where there were members of the Jewish community with the particular intention of targeting someone from that community. The Crown say the victim was targeted because he was wearing traditional Jewish attire, a black suit and white shirt and a black hat.”

He is a Stamford Hill Cowboy, Geordie Ranch.

So much for the victim. And, yes, Tim Willcox , he is the victim. But, no, CNN, although Muslim woman, Batman and vicars are seen in long black robes , they rarely if ever sport payot and wide-brimmed hats. The victim was very clearly a Jew.

But who were the attackers? The Mirror tells us:

‘Going Jew bashing’: Teenage gang planned anti-semitic attack


The Newcastle Chronicle is a little more specific:

Newcastle teenagers attacked Jewish man in Gateshead because of Middle east conflict

The Daily Express has a new label ( and reason teh aforesaid BBC man Willcox can relate to):

‘I’m going Jew bashing’: Thug’s text night before race hate attack ‘over Palestine’

But the Daily Mail is still more precise:

‘I’m going to go Jew bashing’: What teenage thug texted friend before Muslim thugs beat up Orthodox Jewish man ‘in protest against conflict in Palestine’


Balawal Sultan, 18, Kesa Malik, 19, Hassnain Aliamin, 18, all from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and a 17-year-old boy have all admitted attacked the 41-year-old victim in nearby Gateshead.

Sultan, who had hours earlier sent

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