The Israeli Embassy in Warsaw said it was "shocked and sadden by the news of another anti-Semitic incident"
Jerusalem's Old City is seen trough a door with the shape of star of David, Tuesday, July 25, 2017. Israel has begun dismantling metal detectors it installed a week earlier at the gates of a contested Jerusalem shrine, amid widespread Muslim protests. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty), photo: AP/Oded Balilty
03 of August 2017 19:33:15
WARSAW – Masked soccer hooligans attacked staff members traveling with an Israeli soccer team following a friendly match in Poland, in what the Israeli Embassy said Thursday was an "anti-Semitic incident."Two men were slightly injured in the attack, which occurred Wednesday evening in Suchocin, a town near Warsaw, following a friendly match between Israeli club Hapoel Petah Tikva and local Polish club MKS Ciechanow.The Israeli club said the assault occurred at a stadium after the game finished, when most of the players had returned to their hotel.It said a number of fans of Legia Warszawa, a Warsaw club, "emerged from the adjacent forest with their faces covered [and] came on the field and began assaulting a number of staff that had stayed behind."