At the event Tuesday morning on Harold Street, officials themselves grabbed paint rollers and removed a message of hate written on the side of the Chabad of Staten Island.It read, "Synagogue of Satan.
NYPD statistics reveal that hate crimes have increased by a whopping 83% — and the City Council's speaker minced no words in lamenting the epidemic presently afflicting the city with the nation's largest Jewish population as "an anti-Semitism crisis."
An Uber driver in New York made a harassing remark about measles to a Hasidic Orthodox female passenger.
The College Fix reported NYU Senior Adela Cojab filed a complaint with the Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights last month, accusing the university of failing to take action against SJP and its members for their "anti-Semitic vandalism, verbal attacks, and outright violence."
Approximately 80% of all hate crimes in New York City are antisemitic, even though there is an overall reduction in total numbers of hate crimes.