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Antisemitism? in Brooklyn? Updated

The American Press all but ignored this story, but according to the Jerusalem Post:

A 25-year-old Israeli rabbinical assistant was assaulted by a group of Arab teenagers screaming "Allah akbar" in Brooklyn on Tuesday evening.

Uria Ohana, originally from Kfar Chabad, entered a subway station in the affluent Park Slope neighborhood in Brooklyn Tuesday evening, on his way to a lecture in Manhattan, when he noticed a group of Arab teenagers congregated on a bench in the station.

Ohana did not exchange words or make eye contact with the group, but proceeded upstairs to his train On his way, he felt someone grab his kippa (Yarmulka) from his head and then heard laughter. Ohana decided to chase the boys to retrieve his kippa.

The 18-year-old boy who grabbed the kippa left the subway station and ran into the street, where he was hit by a car, breaking his leg.

While Ohana chased the boy, the other teenagers began chasing him, screaming "Allah akbar.

The entire article is here!

I wonder - would there have been any American Press Coverage if the victim was a Muslim?

By the way - I grew up in Brooklyn. Brooklyn is the home of the Lubervich movement - The Lubervich movement is a conservative Jewish movement that is nothing like the East European Jews who marched into the Gas Chambers. These Jews will defend themselves and their Jewish neighbors.

Some years ago, Rabbi Meir Kahane, of blessed memory, started a group called the Jewish Defense League. While the group is no longer as active as it once was- the roots still exist.

If any Islamists are reading this - Be careful about who you start with - be very careful.

Never Again!


CBS posted this:

Rabbi Alleges Attack: Men Chanted 'Allah Akhbar'

Victim: Stolen Yarmulke Prompts Altercation That Leads To Brutal Beating Inside NYC Subway StationLink

BROOKLYN (CBS) ― A Brooklyn rabbi is speaking out after a scary encounter with a man accused of snatching his yarmulke off his head.

Rabbi Uria Ohana's crash course on street justice -- and the justice -- system continues.

Continues: http://wcbstv.com/seenon/rabbi.arab.yarmulke.2.683833.html