REPORT: Anti-Semitic attacks rising in this major US city
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Anti-Semitic attacks are increasing even as other crime in New York City continues to drop, police said Wednesday.
Reports of anti-Semitic incidents increased 22 percent this year, with 159 cases reported through Nov. 4 compared to 130 over the same period in 2017, according to the latest CrimeStat numbers.
The article goes on to state the following:
“The increased reports of swastikas absolutely concern us. And none of it will ever be tolerated in New York City,” NYPD Police Commissioner James O’Neill said.
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