More than 100 New York Jewish organizations and leaders signed a letter to Gov. Andrew Cuomo urging him not to undo the state’s bail reform law.
At least 100 people have tested positive for the coronavirus in Brooklyn’s Hasidic Borough Park neighborhood.
“It’s scary, because you still have to go out there.”
She is seen on video verbally and attacking the student while using anti-Semitic epithets.
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SAR Academy was one of two New York-area schools to close, saying it was taking “precautionary measures.”
A Hasidic community activist said he hoped the initiative “will have the desired effect of making us visible, that we belong.”
Anti-Semitic hate crimes, however, made up 72% of total hate crimes in the city last month.
He called the couple “F***|ing Jews!”
Will more NYPD officers stop anti-Semitic assaults in New York? Some Orthodox Jews say yes, but other Jews and people of color disagree.