February 01, 2017

Jewish student expelled from German school after teacher mistakes raised hand for Nazi salute

StaffRebel Columnist

A Jewish student at Blindow School in the Eastern German city of Leipzig has been expelled after he raised his hand when his name was called.

The teacher believed the boy, identified as 18-year-old Maksym M, gave the Nazi salute.

According to The Daily Mail, the teacher wrote in official documentation “When I called Maksym's name, he reacted clearly by halfway raising his arm with his flat hand stretching upwards.”

Despite the boy's peers collecting signatures to support their classmate, he was dismissed and Headteacher Michael Blindow even called in the State Protection Office after he believed Maksym was an 'extremist danger to society'.

However, the public prosecutor's office in Leipzig has come to the conclusion that there was no criminal offence.

Maksym's parents are expecting an apology. “Our son was punished for something he did not do,” they said.

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commented 2017-02-02 15:35:47 -0500
We are but a Nazi salute away from the rise of the Fourth Reich…..must be terrifying for the leftists.
commented 2017-02-01 18:25:28 -0500
Since the EU is abysmal at protecting its people from real violence, crime and harm, it helps to manufacture victims where none exist to at least give the veneer of doing something. Aha, well spotted, we found that Nazi out didn’t we. Now we’re all safe again…
commented 2017-02-01 17:26:46 -0500
Not surprising. I almost got beheaded when I made a Nazi joke in Berlin by a police officer.
commented 2017-02-01 16:32:05 -0500
Unbelievable! You can’t make this stuff up!