Police are investigating the episode at the Lower East Side’s Mesivta Tiferes Yerushalayim as a possible bias incident.
The mosque’s imam said in his sermon that the moment showed “light can come out of darkness.”
The suit alleges that Mexican employees were called “goy,” “animals” and “stupid Mexicans” and told their religion is fake.
The spray-painted message was gone by Sunday afternoon and replaced with peaceful phrases, such as “Shalom and “Sukkah of Unity.”
Stanley S. Rosenfeld, a Jewish educator who worked primarily in New York City and Rhode Island, admits sexually abusing “hundreds” of children.
“Stop the invasion, end immigration,” the banner said.
A new City Council zoning plan hopes to keep what remains of Manhattan’s garment industry alive.
He said the request gave him flashbacks to the religious persecution he experienced in Moscow in the former Soviet Union.
The education secretary praised Orthodox Jewish schools as a model for publicly funded education.
While Gindi, of Brooklyn, has been identified in several news reports as Orthodox, he did not look identifiably Jewish in photos taken of the attack.