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"did you, the Jews, the one with the Corona": A youth coach of TSV Maccabi Munich is offended at a walk evil anti-Semitic. Max Brym is a football youth coach

Corona Munich: Disturbing exchange of words in the English garden in Bavaria for horror | Altstadt-Lehel

"did you, the Jews, the one with the Corona": A youth coach of TSV Maccabi Munich is offended at a walk evil anti-Semitic.

Max Brym is a football youth coach at TSV Maccabi. Near the Chinese tower was offended Brym of a "corona deniers" anti-Semitic.
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Munich - It's there. Racism. The Anti-Semitism. In The Everyday Life. And the Corona-crisis has let the hatred grow. The show not only the Federal government officially published statistics, but a uch a brand current incident in Munich . Max Brym is a youth football coach at TSV Maccabi . A Jewish sports club that sees itself as a bridge-Builder, any discrimination is to be condemned and open to all nationalities.

a week Ago, Brym, as so often with his dog Richy, close to the Chinese tower for a walk, a ls stopped a Bicycle rider and him zubrüllte : "you Jewish pigs are debt went! You Jews have done with the Corona! You Jewish son of a bitch!“ As Brym approached him, drove the man away. This incident on Wednesday (27. May) posted the anti-Semitism-reporting Agency RIAS Bavaria on your Facebook page . Brym has reported in there. The 62-Year-old, it was important that the Public of the incident learns. He shall also to the police.

Munich: "corona deniers" go to Jewish youth coach - the word exchange delivers horror

Bryms father survived the Holocaust, and 18 of his Relatives were murdered. The free author carried on his walk, a training jacket of the TSV Maccabi Munich, with the club name and a large star of David. Witnesses had heard the insults, short hergeschaut, be gone, but more , he said. "This Attack shows that and how the Thinking, the came in many places in the Corona Demos to the expression, also in the daily life against people," explains Annette Seidel-Arpaci, head of RIAS Bavaria. The cyclist has worn, according to Bryms a T-Shirt with the inscription "corona denier" and "opponents".

Shocked about the anti-Semitic attack, the Chairman of the Israelite cultural community of Munich and upper Bavaria, Charlotte Knobloch shows.

Corona Munich: Jewish youth coach insulted - "development, we have been watching for years"

+ Charlotte Knobloch, President of the Jewish community is shocked.©Armin Weigel/dpa

The incident show, is how threatening the atmosphere in the meantime. "This is a development we have been watching for years, and not only since the Jews received hate with the spread of the Coronavirus, a new projection surface," explains Knobloch.

The free state wants to improve the prosecution of anti-Semitic crimes. On Wednesday, a was the guide for the prosecutors to be published t. He should make it easier for investigators to identify anti-Jewish acts, as such, says Bavaria's Minister of justice, Georg Eisenreich (CSU). Hostility to Jews had "many garments".

events at the Corona Demos in Munich: "free Seeding power"

iron-rich refers to incidents during Corona demonstrations. There, messages such as "Vaccinate makes you free" velvet a yellow Jewish star and posters with the words "the final solution of the Corona were to read the question". The Munich public Prosecutor's office have started preliminary investigations. According to the official statistics, in Bavaria, 2019 more than 300 anti-Semitic crimes . Officially, without a dark figure. Nationwide, the number of recorded crimes in the previous year, increased by 13 percent to 2032.

For Max Brym, who trains at Maccabi a C-youth team, was not it the first Time that his jacket caused negative reactions. On a bus ride to the Training about the passengers, what it was for a club asked him. When he finally answered, "a Jewish sports club", it was said: "Oh, so what, again something from the Jews." Robby Rajber, President of the TSV Maccabi, seen the anti-Semitic attack with great concern , says, however, that such violent hostility were the exception.

Max Brym does not want to hide, in spite of the Assault to the Public. "The jacket stays on," he says.

Updated Date: 28 May 2020, 19:34

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