More racist barbarity in de Blasio’s New York.
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NEW YORK (1010 WINS) – Two tourists from Israel were violently attacked by two robbers early Thursday morning at a subway station in Brooklyn.
Surveillance video released by the NYPD shows the pair of suspects, said to be male and female teenagers, repeatedly punching one of the women on the staircase of the Avenue I F train stop in Midwood.
The female suspect then pulls the woman down the steps by her hair before hitting her again on her head and body, the video shows.
In an otherwise unrelated incident in Elks Grove, an entire community is held to account because some water was allegedly thrown on a Muslim student (wearing a Muslim Brotherhood shirt). There is, you see, no proof that it even happened.I say allegedly because most of these “islamophobia” incidents turn out to be hoaxes.
- In just NY alone in the past couple of months:
- Gang of five men attack Jewish teens walking on Brooklyn streetCAUGHT ON CAMERA: Teens hurl rocks at school bus transporting Jewish schoolgirls
- Brooklyn Jewish Community Fearful Over Onslaught of Attacks
- New York: Jewish Man Beaten, Whipped With Own Belt on Brooklyn Street, Third Attack in One Week
- SHOCKING: ‘Kill All Jews’ at NYC Subway Station
- 9-Year-Old Jewish boy Attacked on Brooklyn Street
- HATE: Two Jewish Girls Attacked In Brooklyn Jewish Neighborhood On Friday Afternoon
- Windows smashed of Brooklyn synagogue during Rosh Hashanah prayers
- Two more violent assaults on Jews in Brooklyn amid calls for city officials to do more
- Second Swastika Incident in Brooklyn in Two Days Under Investigation
- Synagogue Vandalized with Jew Hatred, Swastikas
- HATE IN FLATBUSH: Jewish Man Attacked While Walking To Synagogue
Demonstrators call for state of emergency over rising antisemitism in NYC
- Williamsburg: Antisemitic thugs viciously attack Jewish man
Jews are being tased on the streets of NYC, Jewish children stoned on school buses, Jewish senior citizens pummeled with little to no response by law enforcement or the community but a WHOLE COMMUNITY is held to account for an alleged bucket of water.
“We have been actively investigating since it was reported to us,” said Police Officer Jason Jimenez, spokesman for Elk Grove Police. “When any reports like this are brought to our attention, we take them seriously and investigate them thoroughly.”
The next day, Pleasant Grove High Principal Taigan Keplinger sent a letter home to parents informing families of the incident. Keplinger also said in Thursday’s letter that bullying, hate speech and hateful acts have no place at the school.
“We must do everything we can to demonstrate the importance of being more knowing, understanding and accepting of others and disavow hate, capture the incredible power of our collective diversity, creativity and intelligence,” read Keplinger’s letter.
On Friday, the school held the open gathering for students, parents and the civic leaders to discuss how they could move forward as a community. Also in attendance was Elias, who was applauded for coming forward after the incident.
“We came to realize that this person, whoever they are, acted this way because of ignorance.” Elias said. “The closure we were looking for was not just holding this person accountable for their actions. Instead, the greater closure we were looking for is how we can all be a part of the solution to the grander problem our community is facing, racial and social intolerance.”
Several students at the meeting called for more activities and opportunities on campus that would educate students on various cultures and beliefs. The campus’ Muslim Student Association, which was formed recently but before the assault took place, said learning from the incident would bring the community closer.
Gabriel Sandoval, a theater teacher and adviser to the MSA, said the club’s members were calling for a demonstration to stand in solidarity with Elias and to show the suspect how the community came together to fight hate.
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