Austria's Zionist Community leaders have ordered burglarizing the House of the Austrian Chief Rabbi while he was in Iran with his family.
Rabbi Moishe Arye Friedman, who is the Chief Rabbi of the Orthodox Anti-Zionist Community of Austria, his wife Lea and six of their seven children recently returned to their home in Vienna after almost two months in Iran at the the Islamic Republic's guest house.
After returning they found all their possessions had been stolen.
"Austrian Zionist Jewish Community leaders have admitted having conducted burglary and theft at my house," Friedman told Press TV on Sunday.
In a statement last week to the Austrian Press Agency (APA) the Austrian Zionist Jewish Community known as the IKG (Israelitische Kultus Gemeinde) officially admitted being behind the burglary, he said.
Accordingly, the family filed formal criminal complaints against the IKG, and criminal proceedings are currently under way against the perpetrators.
This is not the first time the community commits crimes against its opponents in Austria.
Back in Dec. 2002 the IKG --in an unsuccessful raid attempted to occupy and terrorize --attacked the Synagogue of Austrians Orthodox Anti-Zionist Community headed by Rabbi Friedman.
In addition to the burglary the IKG filed various complaints against Friedman's interviews and lectures at Iranian universities, where he praised Tehran for allowing freedom of speech and free scientific research on the Holocaust.
Last Week the Austrian prosecutors finally rejected and entirely closed all the files against the Rabbi.
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