NYPD Seek Suspects in Anti-Semitic Hate Crime

Stand for Israel  |  October 28, 2021

Even as we are heartened by all who stand for Israel and the Jewish people, we’re shocked by yet another anti-Semitic attack in the U.S. Our friends at The Algemeiner report that a Jewish man in Brooklyn was shot by an “unknown projectile” – simply because he was Jewish – in what the NYPD is calling an anti-Semitic hate crime:

New York police are currently searching for three men who struck a Brooklyn Jewish man with a projectile from a car.

The attack took place on Oct. 11 at around 10:30 at night, the NYPD said Thursday, releasing surveillance footage that captured the attack.

The victim, who wore Orthodox Jewish clothing, was at the intersection of Montgomery Street and Albany Avenue when the three suspects approached in a dark colored Hyundai Sonata with silver wheels.

The suspects fired what police called an “unknown projectile,” striking the victim and lacerating the left side of his head…

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