Josef Schuster’s statements come days after an attack on an Israeli man wearing a kippah in Berlin.
Joseph Cassano worked Monday at a Borough Park station, but the Jewish community complained. He once tweeted “I like Jews about as much as hitler.”
“Instead of condemning Hamas for its pernicious and cynical abuse of civilians, the cartoon demonizes the Jewish state and her soldiers.”
“I like Jews about as much as hitler,” Joseph Cassano once tweeted. He has been assigned to a firehouse in an Orthodox Jewish Brooklyn neighborhood.
“You’re fake Jews and you stole all my money and robbed me, and stole my mortgage and my house. I want to kill you!’” the attacker allegedly said.
“It’s part of a bigger picture where the Jewish minority feels threatened, it’s a product of anti-Semitic rhetoric.”
Police allegedly found .22-caliber ammunition and “kill lists” of prominent local Jews, including well-known members of the entertainment industry.
Jews will bear the cost.
The last enemy that shall be destroyed is … anti-Semitism?
“The cowardly hatred that is proliferating today is driving those who hate Jews to attack not only the living, but also the dead.”