London van driver’s antisemitic rant at Jewish motorist

  • The antisemitic attack was filmed in Stamford Hill, north-east London 
  • It is believed the rant was due to a road rage incident between the pair 
  • Stamford Hill Shomrim has reported the van driver to the police

This is the sickening moment a van driver is filmed saying ‘Hitler was a great man’ repeatedly in an antisemitic rant.  

The man’s attack was fired a Jewish motorist during a road rage altercation in Stamford Hill, north-east London. 

The van driver continues by saying ‘he knew what he was doing’, in reference to Hitler, to the Jewish motorist.

The attack was against a Jewish motorist who filmed the altercation which has now been reported to police

A van driver was filmed saying ‘Hitler was a great man’ during an antisemitic road rage rant in Stamford Hill

He is then asked by the motorist filming him to ‘say it again’, to which he obliges and sings Hitler’s praises again.

In the video the red van driver can then be heard shouting ‘you think you own the world? you don’t own the world. This is Stamford Hill, it’s not Israel’.

Stamford Hill Shomrim, a neighbourhood watch group, has reported a van driver to the police after they were passed a video of an antisemitic road rage incident. 

The incident occurred on Friday afternoon in Stamford Hill in London.

Anybody who witnessed the incident or believes they may know the man should call the Metropolitan Police Service on 101 citing reference CAD6289/23/12/17.