Westchester County Police would not release the images on the flyers, calling the graphics “offensive” and the wording “obscene.”
By now practically every Jewish newspaper in New York has condemned the notion that Sharpton, who is identified more than anyone else with the August 1991 Crown Heights Pogrom, should be preaching to Jews on Rosh hashanah.
One woman tried to compare the legislation to the 'Nuremberg Code' and claimed the state was guilty of "war like crimes.'
Speakers at the rally called on Congress, New York City’s Mayor Bill de Blasio, African American leaders including Al Sharpton, the media, and Jews themselves, to call out and put a stop to anti-Semitism.
According to the Rockland Health Commissioner, "almost 1,200 residents were actively monitored to help contain the outbreak."
Mohamad wrote in his book “The Makay Dilemma” (1970): “The Jews are not merely hook-nosed, but understand money instinctively.”
“We have a lot of specialized units that will be out there, too. Critical response command, they’ll be out there. Some you’ll see, some you won’t,” NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill.
Times Square -- the heartbeat of New York City -- was among the targets researched in detail by the alleged Hezbollah terrorist.
“The way he jumped toward me, he was determined to kill. No question.”
Since the start of September, there's been a string of incidents across the United States involving teenage use of Hitler's hate symbols.
DOT will review the 50,000 existing notices of violation to determine which were caused exclusively by street trees and cancel the lien for any that meets the criteria.
After three attacks in recent weeks targeting visible Jews, residents and leaders are calling for greater police presence in their neighborhoods and stricter hate-crime laws.
“When it happened to me personally, I realized how much it meant to my identity and how much fear it raised,” Lauter told reporters.
Two incubation periods since the last reported cases have passed with no reports of new infections, city health officials said.
Police are still investigating two other hate crimes against religious Jewish men from last week.
“Has it become too dangerous for openly religious Jewish men to walk the streets of NYC?”
Requests submitted by The Jewish Press under the Freedom Of Information Law for clarifications of the proposed regulations produced conflicting answers.
“I have deleted tweets from a decade ago that are offensive. I am deeply sorry,” posted politics editor Tom Wright-Piersanti on his Twitter page, which is currently private.
Spearheading advocacy for day schools and yeshivahs was the Jewish Education Project, a partner agency of UJA-Federation of New York.
“The tumor was treated definitively and there is no evidence of disease elsewhere in the body... No further treatment is needed at this time.”
I ran after the guy," Perry told The Jewish Press. I told him to just give me the jacket – I don’t want to hurt you and you don’t want to hurt me.
Anyone who sees this man is asked to immediately call the New York Police Department and Shmira at 718-221-0303.
Four of the five attacks were against Hasidic men on their way to shul.
It left a permanent mark on my conscience that we, as Americans, must be at the forefront of the fight against anti-Semitism and any other form of religious discrimination or hate.
Being welcomed here in America and going through the process of becoming a citizen was not only exciting; it’s something I will always hold dear.
The guards are reportedly suspected of falsifying log entries, showing they had been checking on Epstein as warranted.
The suspect was arrested by New York Police and charged with a hate-crime assault, harassment and criminal possession of a weapon.
According to Police, the attackers sneaked up on their victims from behind, punched them in the face and emptied their pockets.