Anti-semitism hits the mailboxes – again

June 17, 2015 by J-Wire Staff
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Homes in the Sydney suburbs of Bondi and Dover Heights have been targeted by an anti-Semitic group distributing leaflets stating that “to learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticise”.

CEO of The New South Wales Jewish Board of Deputies Vic Alhadeff told J-Wire: ” “While it’s concerning that this group of extremists would feel the climate is conducive to recruit members, distributing this crude leaflet shows why they remain a small, hate-filled fringe group. This is a vile document which should be viewed with the contempt it deserves.”

The group calls itself Squadron 88. Historically, anti-semitic groups have used the numbers “88” to identify with the letter “H”…the eight in the alphabet with “HH” representing “Heil Hitler”.

He said that this was there third time this group had made letter-box drops and that the matter had been reported to the police.

Alhadeff added that the NSWJBD had received “numerous complaints” and that members of the community who had received the leaflets were “understandably concerned”.

The offending leaflets

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2 Responses to “Anti-semitism hits the mailboxes – again”
  1. Kevin Charles Herbert says:

    The offending group’s email account is traceable.

  2. Erica Edelman says:

    Hopefully these KKK – like minded drones will be rounded up, charged accordingly and put on the monitor list. Some jail time might fix them – or have they already done that? (Yes, I’m thinking about a few people who might be behind this idiot group – and yes, they have certainly seen the inside of a jail cell – apparently it was appealing…)

    Why doesn’t Squadron 88 focus on what ISIS is up to? That should keep them busy nurturing their distrust, disgust and blatant xenophobia. Or perhaps they sympathize with ISIS and wish to go and join them so we can cancel their Australian citizenship – do we really need these delinquents in Australia?

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