If you feel your eyes watching the exit during Shabbat services, you’re not alone.
Koch attacked a man he thought was Jewish while yelling, “I want to kill all the Jews.” He was supposed to report to prison a month ago.
“You’re the Hitler,” a man shouted at a the Hillel’s rabbi as she spoke against hate.
New York City has seen a spate of anti-Semitic incidents in the past year, especially assaults on visibly Jewish men in Brooklyn.
On one video, an American paid $5 to write “Hollywood is run by Jews” and “Jews hate Jesus.”
But the good news is that incidents dropped by four percent from 360 in 2017 to 345 in 2018, while other minorities saw more significant declines
When Izmir Koch thought a person he saw outside a restaurant was Jewish, he and his companions attacked him. The victim turned out not to be Jewish.
North Carolina State Senator Dan Bishop wanted to establish a religious exemption in anti-discrimination legislation.
“We underestimated the level of bad actors that we would see and the level of impact they would have.”
“We have an anti-Semitism crisis in New York,” the city’s council speaker said.