The museum visits are the second step in the new anti-hate crimes curriculum for New York City public schools introduced by city officials
The federal charges could lead to a death penalty charge against Thomas if Josef Neumann, 72, who is comatose with a fractured skull from the attack, dies, God forbid.
Police waited to release the surveillance video, but are doing so now, hoping someone will recognize the perpetrator.
License-plate readers will be installed on street lights, street poles, highway overpasses, mobile trailers and police squad cars.
In addition to that first powerful bomb, there was enough material in the van to create a second bomb like it.
100 new cameras will be installed in Williamsburg, Crown Heights and Borough Park. The first 30 cameras will be operational by March.
The campaign website also states that “the U.S. government needs to stop enabling conflicts by reducing aid from nations committing human rights violations,” a reference implied of Israel.
One of Grafton's victims, Josef Neumann, 70, has not regained consciousness after suffering a skull fracture in the attack. He remains in dire condition.
A concern, especially amid the spate of attacks against Orthodox Jews, is that those who allegedly commit nonviolent hate crimes would remain on the streets, putting the public at risk.
The Guardian Angels’ ultimate aim is to “engage Jews to get more involved, to be more vigilant – and not be as dependent on the mayor, governor, and the police,” Sliwa told The Jewish Press.
“You can’t begin addressing the problem of hate violence on the street until you can track it, identify its source, frequency and where it is occurring.”
"An increase in swastikas, an increase in hate speech, escalation into shoving, some assaults and a 21% increase in anti-Semitic hate crimes in New York City.”
Their Facebook page even offers sage advice: "How to address Anti-Semitism."
25K-Plus Cross Brooklyn Bridge in Solidarity March Against Anti-Semitism, Including Several With ‘Other’ Agendas
The “No Hate, No Fear” solidarity march kicked off at 11 am in Manhattan’s Foley Square.
The question is, will the mainstream organizers permit the extreme leftwing Congresswoman to hijack their protest to turn it into an anti-Trump, an, by extension, an anti-Israel fiasco?
Thomas was accused to entering the rabbi's home with a machete and trying to kill as many Chassidic Jews as possible.
A number of Chabadniks overcame the thief/attacker. Mamash
The incident is under investigation by the NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force.
"Her closest relatives are in Israel. We can't find them. They may never have met, but they are her closest kin." We need to find them . . .
In addition to the vehicle, the FBI reportedly has managed to obtain the weapon used to stab the victim in November as well.
‘There Were…People Running in Every Direction’: Hero Recalls Moments With Machete-Wielding Terrorist in Monsey
“Thank G-d, I had the presence of mind to go after him to his car. I got his license plate and that’s how he was caught so quickly.”
He "grew up going there on a Friday afternoon to turn off the lights for them.”
New York State's new bail reform law allows suspects charged with nonviolent misdemeanors to leave the courthouse without having to worry about bail.
The victim quickly snapped a photo of the perpetrators using her smart phone, sent the photo and a description to the Shomrim civil patrol and called 911.
The area has two synagogues within a block of the site where the incident occurred.
“The 1.5 million Jews of our great city and region will not stand down. We will not be intimidated.”
"We shall not let this terrible hate-driven attack be forgotten, and let us all work to eradicate all sorts of hate.”
JTA invited Shimon Rolnitzky, writer, activist and Chassidic resident of Monsey, New York to sing a post-pogrom kumbaya.
“The two great lessons of the Holocaust are: ‘Never forget, and ‘Never ignore.’ Never ignore means you have to stand up to the first act of anti-Semitism," Giuliani said.
“Diversity is our strength, and we respect the traditions of all who call New York City home. Intolerance will never take hold here."