Nine months ago, Liam Rückert left his home and mom in Berlin to start a new life at a boarding school in Israel.
Aged just 16, he had been driven out of Germany by anti-Semitic bullies. The attacks had gone on for two years, with classmates openly talking about killing Jews and calling him vile names.
The article goes on to state the following:
The fearful teenager’s grades declined as he ducked school, then he was sent to join a special unit for struggling children.
His story is chilling enough. But a twist makes it even more shocking.
‘My son was forced to leave Germany 80 years to the month after his grandfather – and for the same reasons of anti-Semitism,’ says his mom Billy. ‘It’s just too awful to see this again.’
Liam was offered sanctuary by a school near Tel Aviv, where he is now thriving.
‘My opinion… has changed after the ongoing brutalisation in German society,’ Liam told a local newspaper. ‘I cannot recommend Jews wear the kippah whenever and wherever they want in Germany.’
Read more of this alarming report at DailyMail.
— Benjamin Weinthal (@BenWeinthal) April 27, 2019
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