Teenager left with brain injury after anti-Semitic attack
Moshe Fuerst, 17, was left with brain injuries in an anti-Semitic attack that not only left him in a very serious condition in hospital but also injured two more.
Moshe was one of four Orthodox Jewish boys assaulted and racially abused by a gang of three youths at 11:40pm on Saturday evening, at Bowker Vale Metrolink Station.
Police have confirmed the attack is being treated as hate crime. Credit: Manchester Evening News Syndicate
Michael Fuerst, Moshe’s father, today believes that the NHS saved his son’s life.
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