Black Americans Tell Jews: Enough is Enough
Posted: Mon Oct 14, 2019 3:48 am
Seems there’s a problem between Blacks and Jews in Brooklyn, New York.
A Jewish man was attacked on Shabbos in Crown Heights [in Brooklyn, New York] in broad daylight by a black male who slapped him in the face and called him "a dirty Jew."
The incident occurred at 12:30 pm, when the Jewish man was crossing New York Avenue near Union Street in the heart of Crown Heights, when the black male crossed in front of him on a bicycle.
As the black male drove by, he slapped the Jewish man in the face and said, “you dirty Jew.”
The Jewish male immediately walked into the 71 Precinct in Crown Heights to report the incident.
The incident is being investigated as a hate crime and Hate Crimes task force has been notified, police said.”
https://collive.com/jewish-man-attacked ... -the-face/
Population of Brooklyn, New York is 34.3% Black. Over 600,000 Jews live in Brooklyn. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BrooklynFor the second time in two weeks, an Orthodox Jewish man was assaulted in Crown Heights [in Brooklyn, New York] on Shabbos.
The latest incident occurred on Shabbos afternoon at around 1:30PM, when a 50-year-old male was attacked on Rutland Road near Schenectady Avenue. The man was returning from Shul in the nearby Kingsbrook Jewish Hospital.
The victim described the harrowing attack in vivid detail; “As I was walking home I passed a man smoking a cigar on the corner of Rutland and Schenectady and I said ‘good afternoon’ to him,” he said, adding that it’s a nice neighborhood and everyone is close.
“As soon as I greeted him he began yelling at me ‘you fake Jews, who are you saying hello to? You are fake Jews and you stole all my money and robbed me, and stole my mortgage and my house. I want to kill you!’
“I thought the man was just crazy so I started walking away, and he shouted ‘you don’t walk away from me’ and started chasing after me.
“He caught up to me at the corner of East 46th Street and Rutland and jumped me, he put me in a choke-hold and I started to feel dizzy, I felt my air going out, I started saying Shema, I thought I was going to die.
“Somehow I was able to move out of it thank G-d, and started screaming for help and he was saying ‘you don’t need help, I need to kill you’.”
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