Yes, folks, that's the skewed way Channel 4 unpacks reality--that a harmless, perambulating Jew, and not those who hate him for being Jewish, are the problem.
That's in keeping with how this TV outlet downplays/makes excuses for the real problem. Here's another example--in the headline for this story of a teenager who was arrested for plotting to behead a British soldier, it mentions that the lad started out as a Jehovah's Witness and became "radicalized," but doesn't stipulate his new religious affiliation. The headline thereby leaves the false impression that the Jehovah's Witnesses had something to do with it.
Update: Guess who radicalized the former Jehovah's Witness? None other than rabid jihadi, Anjem Choudary.