Photo Credit: Video screen grab via Facebook / Americans Against Antisemitism
Jersey City residents wait for their children to be released from "lockdown" at school after attack on Jewish kosher supermarket in Greenville neighborhood, Dec. 10, 2019

As the bodies of the murdered Jews were still lying in their spilled blood after being shot to death in Jersey City by domestic terrorists, a representative from the organization “Americans Against Antisemitism” arrived at the site to give support to the Jewish families in the area.

There were still neighbors waiting for their children to be released from schools where they had been held in “lockdown” in order to keep them safe from the two attackers who instead had focused their murderous hate on the Jews in a kosher supermarket, and the police who had tried to protect them.

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The videographer captured on film the spontaneous anti-Semitic tirades of residents who were blaming the Jews for their own murder, with others cheering them on.

WARNING: STRONG LANGUAGE, GRAPHIC VIDEO

Antisemitism in America is a far greater problem than it appears. The video is indeed shocking, but it is one that accurately reflects the current reality on the street. It is important for every adult Jew in the United States to watch it, and learn.

“My children are stuck at school because of Jew shenanigans,” one woman said. “They all the problem. Because if they ain’t come to Jersey City this sh****t would never go on. Take that sh****t somewhere else.”

Another person said to the Jewish support representative, “It was your kind that did it here, right? … Four of ya’ll dead, right? Four of your people that were dead, right? That’s great. If they was dead, they got shot dead. That’s great. Get them damn Jews the f****k out of here. Get these f*****g Jews. Get the Jews out of Jersey City.”

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Hana Levi Julian is a Middle East news analyst with a degree in Mass Communication and Journalism from Southern Connecticut State University. A past columnist with The Jewish Press and senior editor at Arutz 7, Ms. Julian has written for Babble.com, Chabad.org and other media outlets, in addition to her years working in broadcast journalism.