Adam Armoush told German television he was wearing a Jewish kippah skullcap in an attempt to prove it was safe to wear one on the streets of Berlin.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel condemned the attack.
"Jewish or not - you have to deal with it", one of the victims eventually responds in German, as an unidentified woman shouts toward the attackers: "We live in Germany!"
Once the situation got out of control, Armoush started to film, he said.
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He said he filmed the attack on him and a second man as evidence "for the police and for the German people and even the world to see how awful it is these days as a Jew to go through Berlin streets".
Ever since Word War II, Germany has been the nation that is perhaps most committed to ensuring the safety of Jews outside of Israel.
"It is unbearable that Jews in Germany are attacked on the open street in the middle of Berlin", Barley tweeted. About half of them are part of Jewish communities.
Police are investigating the Tuesday evening incident, which the victim, 21, filmed on his cell phone. And yet anti-Semitism hasn't faded completely.
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Reports of a rise in anti-Semitism are increasing across Germany, with the Homeland Ministry recently agreeing with proposals from Jewish leaders to strip anti-Semitic migrants of their right to remain in the country.
"There's anti-Semitism among German citizens, unfortunately, and also anti-Semitism from the Arabic-speaking region and the government will do everything (against it)", Merkel told reporters. The men were wearing the traditional Jewish head covering called a "kipa", the victim told the Israeli media Wednesday.
A number of high-profile incidents in recent months have raised alarm bells about a possible resurgence of anti-Semitism in Germany from both the far-right and a large influx of predominantly Muslim asylum seekers since 2015. "It is like we have regressed 100 years", European Jewish Congress President Moshe Kantor was quoted as saying in a statement last week.
Tanja Goenner, chair of GIZ's management board, said the group had "no reason to assume that anti-Semitism is a general problem". Even though such stereotypes may prevail, they don't trigger anti-Semitic responses in most cases, Jikeli cautioned. Migration from racist and anti-Semitic countries imports anti-Semitism and racism.
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After the blows, the group finally dispersed with the attacker. However Western officials say they didn't need - quote - a "formal" investigation in order to retaliate against Damascus.
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