Fans of the Liverpool Football Club bring the anti-Semitic hate

The Liverpool Football Club was forced to delete a tweet last night after daring to wish its Jewish fans a happy Rosh Hashanah:

Liverpool fans so abhorrent in their racist responses that @LFC have now deleted this tweet. Anti-Semitism is rife.

— Ben (@BenLewis0795) September 26, 2014

Here are a few of the anti-Semitic and hateful responses that prompted Liverpool to delete its “happy new year” message:


— Zak (@ImtiazZakiy) September 25, 2014

@LFC viva hitler !! **** jews

— #Gaza iKoora (@iKooora_) September 26, 2014

@LFC: Liverpool FC would like to wish all our Jewish supporters around the world a happy new year. #RoshHashanah” Gas them

— JEY (@Rooney_LFC) September 25, 2014

And  here are some of the responses:

@LFCZA you seen @LFC sent Jewish NY greetings. Was met with barrage of racism & now tweet deleted. Easy to pander to racists. Not good

— Raphi Bloom (@rafjb69) September 26, 2014

@LFC @LFC_Arabic @Officiallfc_id @PakistanLFC @MalaysiaLFC Why did you take off the Happy Jewish New Year tweet? Did you let racism win?

— Joel Kleinberg (@Joelinhorito) September 26, 2014

Yes, racism won.

@LFC When you deleted this you did not only turn back against Millions of Jewish fans, but also against the Israelis WHO PLAYED for the club

— Your Savior (@Gilli_Parann) September 26, 2014


Hard to fathom: The #antisemitic tweets after #Liverpool FC wished Jewish Supporters a Happy New Year #LFC

— QPR REPORT (@QPRReport) September 26, 2014

“Hard to fathom”? Only if you live in a bubble:

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