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Promotion fans arrested for anti-Semitic acts before a match

Promotion fans arrested for anti-Semitic acts before a match

Three All Boys fans were arrested for carrying a Palestinian flag, a coffin with the colors of Atlanta and another with those of the Israeli flag.

In the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Floresta, three All Boys fans, who intended to attend the game against Atlanta, They were arrested by the City Police for anti-Semitic acts. They carried pyrotechnics, a flag of Palestine, a coffin with the colors of the rival and another with those of the flag of Israel.

The fans, aged 22, 45 and 49, were detained by members of the Criminal Conduct Brigade, at the intersection of Álvarez Jonte Avenue in the direction of Chivilcoy. Then were brought to justice for anti-Semitic gestures and for possession of pyrotechnic material.

It is not the first time that rival fans have carried out anti-Semitic acts when playing against Atlanta. The club from the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Villa Crespo is usually identified with the Jewish community.

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The DAIA criticized the “anti-Semitic” gestures of the All Boys fans

The DAIAexpressed his rejection on the social network unacceptable racist and anti-Semitic expressions by the Barras Brava of the All Boys Club that took place this Saturday in Floresta”.

One of the main organizations of the Jewish community in Argentina, assured that “exhibiting a funeral casket with the flag of the State of Israel constitutes an manifestation of hatred that Argentine football does not deserve“and enthralled the AFA and the All Boys club.

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