Subway station in Berlin. (pio3 / Shutterstock.com)

The AP reports that German police are investigating a New Year’s Eve attack on an Israeli man riding the subway in Berlin. The victim, identified as 26-year-old Berlin resident Shahak Shapira, said he asked a group of seven young men on the train to stop singing an anti-Jewish song. He told the AP that he then began filming the group on his cell phone.

When he got off at the next stop, the men, who Shapira says were speaking both German and Arabic, followed him and demanded he delete his video. When he refused, some of the men spat on him and beat and kicked him, injuring his head.

A police spokesperson said they are looking for the assailants.

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