Students at the University of British University are outraged after photographs of school football teams wearing T-shirts with anti-Semitic messages. In the photos there are at least two male teammates wearing white t-shirts, swastikas are painted on them, and such phrases as "Judah is a sale" and "Jews deserved it", according to Table.
on the Facebook page of a local nightclub called "Empire", where they were subsequently marked by a Jewish school association to the administration. The school issued a statement about the incident, stating that the team was suspended and condemns any acts caused by hatred on campus. "We are deeply concerned about this issue. We will investigate and prosecute any university student participating in discipline. "
According to the Jewish Students Union, this is not the first time that the" white T-shirt of parties ", which is common in the United Kingdom, was reported to have occurred in Plymouth, Lancaster and Newcastle just in this educational A Jewish society at the University of Coventry also made a statement criticizing the lack of education and respect for its students.
"We were shocked to see such harmful and hateful anti-Semitic languages written on the shirts of our fellow students"
"It is incredible that a student they consider it appropriate to draw swastika in a pair with "Jews deserve it" on their t-shirts and believe that there is nothing.
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"The systemic murder of six million Jews is not funny thing, and this incident shows the lack of education around the events of 70 years ago, "he continued.