Four Greek Islanders Charged over Racist Attack on Migrant

March 20, 2020

RHODES, Greece – Four residents of Rhodes, aged 21, 22, 29 and 33, respectively, have been charged with carrying out a racist attack on a migrant.

According to police, the four locals are being charged for causing bodily harm with racist character in the town of Rhodes.

Specifically, according to the case file, the victim was a Palestinian man living in a refugee and migrant facility and left the facility in search of a kiosk on the night of March 17 when a car with five people inside approached him. The foreign national told police that the car’s passengers got out and then proceeded to shouted at him and hit him.

The Palestinian went to the hospital and was examined by doctors, who found that he had been slightly injured. The foreign national filed a complaint that led to the police detaining 10 persons and arresting the four suspects.


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