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NAACP suspends official who said ‘the Hasidics are generally not too friendly’ – The Times of Israel

| January 11, 2020

NEW YORK (JTA) A local National Association for the Advancement of Colored People official in New Jersey has been suspended from his position for six months after giving a speech castigating Orthodox Jews in Jersey City and the largely Jewish city of Lakewood.

White Nationalists and Neo-Nazis Applaud Recent Spate of Antisemitic Attacks – Southern Poverty Law Center

| January 11, 2020

The statements from organized racists are noteworthy due to the racialized nature of two prominent attacks that took place in December 2019: The suspects accused in both incidents are black. Two black suspects allegedly shot and killed four people in a Jersey City, New Jersey, kosher supermarket on Dec. 11, 2019, and another allegedly attacked Hasidic Jews at the home of a rabbi in Monsey, New York, on Dec

Another Cyclist Injured Along Dangerous Flushing Avenue in Williamsburg – Streetsblog New York

| January 11, 2020

City & State NY is hosting a full dayNew York in Transit summiton Jan. 30 at the Museum of Jewish Heritage.

Chris Deerin: Fancy that, being a grown-up Artful Dodger with Hasidic leanings and a Sex Pistols fixation is rather fun after all – Press and Journal

| January 11, 2020

I have friends who leap, screeching with joy, whenever the opportunity to don fancy dress presents itself. They are willing to go the full overblown hog at a moments notice weird and wonderful colours and shapes and headgear and make-up are suddenly magicked up from some secret stash

The Prophet: Tragedy Transformed Devorah Halberstam Into New York City’s Most Outspoken Expert on Anti-Semitic Crime. Are we Listening? – Tablet…

| January 7, 2020

One Thursday night in late November, New York Citys incoming police commissioner, Dermot Shea, days away from his official swearing-in, arrived in central Brooklyn for a meeting with representatives of the citys embattled Jewish community. More than 200 people turned out for the event, including a delegation of local cops, several members of the departments top brass, Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez, and representing the public, over a hundred Jews, the primary target of New Yorks dramatic increase in hate crimes, who came from across the citys different sects and denominations. The event did not take place at one of Manhattans grand old synagogues, or in the midtown offices of a prominent Jewish organization, or even at the iconic headquarters of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement in Brooklyn

Hanukkah Stabbing Suspect May Be Connected To November Attack On Hasidic Man – WCBS 880

| January 6, 2020

MONSEY, N.Y. (WCBS 880) Police say the suspect in the Hanukkah stabbing attack at a rabbis home in Monsey had previously been questioned by officers in connection with another stabbing of an Orthodox Jewish man. Grafton Thomas, 37, was accused in November by Rampo Police after officers followed a lead back to him, following the stabbing of a Hasidic man.

Hanukkah stabbing suspect indicted in New York on 6 counts of attempted murder – Business Insider

| January 6, 2020

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The man accused of going on a stabbing rampage at the New York-area home of a Hasidic rabbi during a Hanukkah celebration was indicted on Friday on six counts of attempted murder, up from five counts the suspect was charged with previously. The indictment also charges Grafton Thomas, 37, with three counts of assault, three counts of attempted assault and two counts of burglary stemming from the Dec.

The Hasidic Jews of Monsey must ignore the outsiders who want us to take up arms and politicize our tragedy – JTA News

| January 4, 2020

MONSEY, N.Y. (JTA) A short while after the worst anti-Semitic attack ever carried out against haredi Orthodox Jews in New York, those present in the Forshay neighborhood of Monsey witnessed an unbelievable scene. At Congregation Netzach Yisroel, the synagogue attached to the rabbis house in which the horrific attack took place, the Rebbe of Koson, Rabbi Chaim Rottenberg, sat down to celebrate a Hanukkah and Melave Malkah Tish

Suspect Charged With Hate Crimes in Hasidic Stabbing Attack Near NYC – Voice of America

| January 4, 2020

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22-year-old Hasidic man punched and taunted by two women in Brooklyn – Haaretz

| January 4, 2020

Two women yelled F*** you Jew and I will kill you Jews at a Hasidic man in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and shoved him to the ground when he tried to film their anti-Semitic tirade, law enforcement sources and witnesses told CBS12. The 22 year-old victim was approached by a 24- and 34-year-old female at the intersection of Broadway and Lorimer Street, the New York City Police Department told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. The 24 year-old grabbed the victims cell phone and punched him in his throat and the 34 year-old made anti-Semitic remarks, according to the NYPD


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