SAJBD President Mary Kluk joined 16 Jewish leaders from around the world participating in a week long programme as guests of the Federal Republic of Germany entitled `Jewish Life In Germany’. Pictured here are the delegates, members of the Federal Foreign Office including Mr Felix Klein and Maram Stern Deputy CEO for Diplomacy WJC.
SAJBD laid criminal charges against three individuals who posted threatening and grossly antisemitic comments.
Earlier today the SA Jewish Board of Deputies, through Ian Levitt Attorneys, laid criminal charges at the Sandton Police Station against three individuals who posted threatening and grossly antisemitic comments against the Jewish community last week. The three against whom the charges were laid were Muhammad Hattia, Tameez Seedat and Matome Letsoalo.
Over the past 24 hours, a flurry of viciously antisemitic and threatening attacks have been made against South African Jews, both on social media and in direct face-to-face encounters. The incidents, which are being followed up by the SA Jewish Board of Deputies (SAJBD), have generated great anxiety and anger in the Jewish community and screenshots of the offending posts have gone viral