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Rabbinic Student Confronted in Boca Raton ‘Hate Crime’

Police in Boca Raton, Florida, are investigating a verbal and physical attack on a rabbinical student as a possible hate crime.

The assailant, who was riding a mountain bike, shouted “Jews should go back to Auschwitz. Hitler was right,” at a 19-year-old man who reportedly is studying at the Boca Raton Chabad center, in the late morning on Saturday. When the student yelled back, the assailant rode over to him, repeated his statements and pushed and punched the victim before riding off.

The victim told the local television station WPTV Channel 5 that the incident left him shaken up.

“I’m doing better,” he said. “It was just a little bit nerve-wracking having someone scream at me these things.”

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