Threatening messages to Jewish schoolboy forced to kiss a Muslim’s foot

October 10, 2019 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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On the day following a report that a 12-yr-old Jewish boy was forced to kiss a fellow student’s feet, he allegedly received Instagram messages saying he will be “slaughtered”  or if he wanted to talk “about suicide”.

This startling revelation was reported by Melbourne’s The Herald Sun.

The messages were reported to Victorian police and the report that the messages were not sent by the boy whose feet had been kissed.

The Herald Sun reports:

The Instagram messages show the boy told the 12-year-old “I’ll f—ing slaughter you” and repeatedly called him vile names.

The 12-year-old tells him he will pray for him and finishes his message with: “Anyway have a good day mate”.

The response from the boy was: “You wanna talk about suicide?” The 12-year-old told him he wasn’t suicidal and was “enjoying life to its fullest”.

The messages continued: “Honestly the next headline will be you getting ur head kicked in f—ing f—-t”.

The report said the Jewish boy’s mother sought counselling on Sunday including from her rabbi.

The messages were shared with the Victorian Minister for Education James Merlino.

According to the report, police are expecting to contact whoever allegedly sent the messages.


One Response to “Threatening messages to Jewish schoolboy forced to kiss a Muslim’s foot”
  1. Paul Winter says:

    Hmmm. And still no comment from the school’s principal, or the Vic. Education Minister or any imam. I cannot wait for the media reporting what message imams give in their Friday sermons.

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