Among the graffiti at the Silver Gull was “Heil Hitler,” swastikas, and the words “gas chamber” painted on a door.
“Worthless F-ing Cancer Filled Jew” is printed over the image of a man’s head with a kippah on top of it that has a Star of David in the middle.
“There are people who could probably use some temporary relief, since they’re not getting paychecks and we also offer other services.”
“I know it was a favor,” said Elysa Braunstein, daughter of now-deceased podiatrist Larry Braunstein, who may have given the false diagnosis.
“This fighting has been going on for too long,” said David Mordukhaev of the Alliance of Bukharian Americans.
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The boy was walking home outside Yeshivath Shaar Hatorah Grodno at around 8:00 p.m. when a man allegedly punched him and called him a “Jew boy.”
“The clear message is that art protected by federal law must be cherished and not destroyed,” a lawyer for the artists said.
“From my observations, it’s both men and women, poor and rich, kids from public schools and yeshivas.”