‘Jews vs. Nazis’ Drinking Beer Pong Game Gets Five Students Suspended

'Jews vs. Nazis' Drinking Beer Pong Game Gets Five Students Suspended

These Atlanta understudies evidently couldn’t perceive how wrong they were.

Understudies from a non-public school were suspended after a photograph posted online demonstrated them playing “Jews Vs Nazis” brew pong at a local gathering, as per WSB-TV.

The photograph indicated glasses loaded with brew in the state of a Jewish Star of David on one side of the table with a Nazi swastika at the inverse end.

Five understudies from the Lovett School in Atlanta were suspended and the person who set up the diversion and took the photo was removed. A rabbi named Peter Berg was the person who detailed the photo and made the school mindful of it.

“The way that somebody could even consider such a diversion, and after that play it and believe it’s interesting is stunning,” Berg told WSB-TV.

The understudies playing this diversion comes at once where there’s been an ascent in discrimination against Jews around the nation.

Berg said this issue must be ceased and individuals need to comprehend the hurt of discrimination against Jews.

“We as a group, as a nation, need to get our hands and wrap our hands around the issue of detest discourse by and large, to see how stunning that picture is to Jewish individuals,” Berg said.

‘Jews vs. Nazis’ Drinking Beer Pong Game Gets Five Students Suspended was last modified: August 24th, 2017 by Rony Jack

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