“The original Antifa was a Jewish anti-Nazi militia,” the flyers said. “There is a war against all non-Jewish European-American nationalists.”
Lawn signs, created by the Westerleigh Improvement Society, read: “Westerleigh Strong. We’re Not Selling.”
“People have been underestimating this campaign from the beginning.”
“[It] doesn’t mean a f**king thing,” grassroots congressional candidate Max Rose said about getting a coveted DCCC Red-to-Blue endorsement.
The man who painted anti-Semitic slurs on a Staten Island garage door told police that he knew the family who lived there was Jewish.
A Jewish woman in Staten Island, New York, is refusing to paint over the swastika and anti-Semitic slur spray painted on her garage.
The homeowner said she is not going to paint it over. “I’m not ready to do it yet, because I don’t want them to just forget about this,” she said.
Police responded to the incident and did not find a bomb on site.
A 15-year-old student was charged with criminal mischief as a hate crime for writing “death for Jewish religion” in Arabic on a poster at a Staten Island junior high school.
The one-time acting president of a nonprofit Staten Island Jewish cemetery pleaded guilty to embezzling nearly $2 million.