Hunting (for Jews) season is escalating in Brooklyn. The Leftist Mayor Bill de Blasio will not deal with this crisis, since that would mean taking action against his constituents. Mayor de Blasio will be remembered as the mayor who allowed New York City to become dangerous for Jews.
Gang of five men attack Jewish teens walking on Brooklyn street
By New York Post, November 28th, 2019:
A gang of five men assaulted two Jewish teens walking down the street in Brooklyn, knocking a yarmulke off one of their heads, police said Wednesday.
The group approached a 14-year-old boy dressed in traditional Orthodox garb on the corner of Eastern Parkway and Albany Avenue in Crown Heights on Nov. 11, smacking him with a blow to the head, officials said.
The assailants then turned on a second boy, 15, and grabbed the hat off his head.
The group fled, tossing the hat to the ground as they ran, police said. No injuries were reported.
Police are investigating the incident as a hate crime.
The men as described as in their late teens, all of them wearing dark hooded sweatshirts — one of them with a ski mask, police said.
Despite new push, doubt lingers over ADL’s ability to fight anti-Semitism
“The ADL has failed to call out any form of anti-Semitism that isn’t borne of white supremacy, and their curriculum is more about tolerance and racism in general than it is about the unique history of anti-Semitism,” says official with Americans Against Anti-Semitism.
By Israel Hayom, November 25th, 2019:
Standing alongside Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams, local faith leaders, elected officials, and community partners, ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt announced last week that the New York-based group will be doubling the number of Brooklyn schools involved in its “No Place for Hate Peer to Peer Program” for the 2019-2020 school year. The ADL committed $250,000 to expand the initiative, which has helped promote tolerance in more than 1,700 public and private schools nationwide since 1999.
The program has already been rolled out in 22 schools in Brooklyn, N.Y., and reached more than 8,200 students, according to ABC7. The number of schools administering the program will expand to up to 40 this academic year, with a focus on the neighborhoods of Crown Heights, Williamsburg and Borough Park, where most of the recent anti-Semitic incidents against Orthodox Jews have taken place.
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