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‘Blood-thirsty mob intent on killing Jews’ storm airport shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’

by LLB Reporter
30th Oct 23 1:42 pm

An angry anti-Semitic hate mob stormed an airport demanding to see passenger’s passports to prove that they are not Jews as a flight arrived from Israel.

Hundreds stormed the Makhachkala airport in the Russian Republic of Dagestan on Sunday after flight WZ4728 from Tel Aviv arrived.

Protestors holding placards saying, “child killers” and carrying Palestinian flags broke through security doors and checked cars leaving the Makhachkala airport for Israelis.

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Police arrested 60 people at the airport the Russian Interior Ministry as protesters shouted anti-Semitic words and were chanting “Allahu Akbar” with signs reading “Child killer have no place in Dagestan.”

A witness said, “There were hundreds of people at the airport. About 50 men approached the airplane and asked passengers if they were Jews. I said no. I’m Russian.

“They wanted to see my passport. I had a Russian passport.”

Security forces told Reuters that passengers from the flight were safe, but police officers and civilians were injured as they stopped the unrest.

“As a result of the incident at Makhachkala airport there are injured (people), who are receiving medical help,” Dagestan’s health ministry said on Telegram.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, “It is well known and obvious that yesterday’s events around Makhachkala airport are largely the result of outside interference, including information influence.”

On Monday Russia accused Ukraine of playing a “key role” in the civil unrest at the airport in Dagestan.

Russia’s foreign affairs spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said in a statement, “The criminal Kyiv regime played a direct and key role in carrying out the latest destructive act.”

A senior Ukrainian official said on Monday that Kyiv rejects the accusation by Russia.

“Of course, Ukraine has nothing to do with the latest large-scale surge of xenophobic sentiments on the territory of the Russian Federation,” Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhailo Podolyak told Reuters in a written statement.

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