Internet Vinyarski, 33 years old, and her husband, Casimer Vinyarski, 62, from the London borough of Hackney, appeared before the district court of the Thames on charges in anti-Semitic attack on participants of wedding ceremony, held July 3 in the synagogue of Kahal Yetev lion, the Clapton district, located in the East of the British capital.
The court found the couple guilty of the crime motivated by racial hatred, wrote on Tuesday, September 5, the London newspaper The Jewish Chronicle.
The defendants attacked the guests and began to whip them a dog leash, shouting anti-Semitic insults. The verdict in this case will be submitted later this week.
Note that the results of the report prepared by the British organization Campaign Against Antisemitism, show that over the past two years the number of anti-Semitic incidents in the United Kingdom increased by 44%.
In this document, the National Antisemitic Crime Audit States that in 2016, the UK was committed 1.078 offences anti-Semitic, and every tenth case qualifies as violence.
In 2016, 89 crimes anti-Semitic nature (of 8.3%) led to indictment, and only 17 people have been punished. According to the Campaign Against Antisemitism, the police ignored about 48.9% of the reports of anti-Semitic crimes.
Among these crimes – the attempted arson of a kosher restaurant in Manchester, the persecution of Jews in London and marches supporters of Hizbullah in the streets of the British capital.
A year earlier the British courts had 12 anti-Semitic crimes, three of which qualified as the violence and 17 people were convicted.
In February of this year, the organization, the Community Security Trust, reported a kind of record – 1.309 anti-Semitic incidents for 2016, 36% more than in the previous year.