31 March 2020 - 7 Nisan 5780 - ז' ניסן ה' אלפים תש"פ
Jewish boy forced to kiss the shoes of his Muslim classmate E-mail

A teenage boy in Melbourne, Australia, allegedly sent threatening messages to a Jewish boy who had been forced to kiss the shoe of a Muslim classmate, has been charged for the threats.

The boy, 16, was arrested by Victoria police and charged with stalking, harassing, and threatening to kill the Jewish boy and his mother, The Age reported, and he is expected to appear in the Children’s Court this month.

The threatening messages told the preteen boy that he would be “slaughtered”, and asked if he wanted to “talk about suicide,” according to the report.

The incident did not take place on the school’s campus, and reports said a group of older students threatened the boy with violence if he did not comply with cruel demands.

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