In handcuffs, Ismail A. (49) was brought before the district court. Shortly before, the anti-Semite was arrested. So that he would not be absent from the trial.
The man – who was born in the Gaza Strip in 1971 – has been in Germany since 2003 and is tolerated here. Despite 14 criminal records and although the public prosecutor demanded five months’ imprisonment, the judge let the anti-Semite go free again.
In March 2020, A. had shouted “Heil Hitler” and “Sieg Heil” on Albertplatz square. When police officers confronted him, he resisted, telling one officer: “None of your business, you Jew!”.
He continued shouting: “You are dirty Jews” and “I am a Nazi and I can slap you around too”.
He confessed to the offences to his lawyer. Unbelievable: Judge Milde-Fiedler only gave him a lenient five months probation – and even included an unpaid fine for theft!