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Boro President, Jewish Leaders Denounce Anti-Semitic Attacks

Brooklyn Boro President, elected officials and community leaders gathered to denounce anti-Semitism and to announce a new initiative aimed at preventing bias attacks. Full Story, Photos

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Always
November 12, 2019 9:46 pm

Always the same, we need results.

CORRECT !!!
Reply to  Always
November 13, 2019 5:02 am

you are 1,000 PERCENT CORRECT !!!

Education comes from the home
November 13, 2019 12:46 am

Educate and punish parents of juvenile crime and it will stop, parents are responsible for their child crime if arrest can’t be made, made parents to pay the bill of the damages of victim’s health and property. Money always talk

Denouncing?
November 13, 2019 7:46 am

Denouncing antisemitism at press conferences and at photo-opts (especially for politicians) is great. But where’s the action? Whats the plan? How many more of our people need to be beaten in the streets before real action is taken.
When will the community wake-up from its slumber? We are falling into the very same pattern as just prior to nazi-germany.

Wake-up folks!!!

The rest is commentary!

Yay
November 13, 2019 8:33 am

New venue, same old useless press conference…

What a joke
November 13, 2019 10:16 am

Another photo opp, another day rubbing shoulders with people who don’t care, another day of “Shocking” attacks on innocent jews.

Your pictures are useless.

More cops, more punishments, more convictions, more results. You politicians are worthless.

Time to change the guards.

Boruch Hoffinger
Reply to  What a joke
November 13, 2019 11:03 am

Yes time to change the guard.
Chabadnicks, first and foremost should speak about the Seven Noahide Laws.
There’s plenty of money in crime. It keeps the government busy hiring more cops building more jails. They hire the unemployed to work in jails, or as cops and then let the criminals go.
So people appreciate that their loved one got a job, and then vote for the politician, and the evil system continues.
Who benefits? The government. Who suffers? The ignorant or sheepish public!

The Rebbe gave us the solution to this problem.
November 13, 2019 11:20 am

Its unfortunate that the Rebbe voiced this issue, and then gave Chabad the solution way in advance, but we only wake up to the issue once it hit us in the face. And even then we don’t take our own Rebbe’s advice!! The ONLY course of action that will make a real, long lasting difference will be to develop Sheva-Mitzvos education specifically tailored for schools (“character development courses”), juvenile deliquent centers, politicians and any and all areas of need. How many more people have to get hurt, ch”v, before we start working seriously on this? If anyone wants to collaborate… Read more »

Too Many Baby Daddas - Not Enough Husbands
Reply to  The Rebbe gave us the solution to this problem.
November 13, 2019 8:30 pm

Single parent family households often results in older gang members filling the void of the absent father. As it is, 25% percent of the male kids in the local public schools don’t go graduate from high school. Medgar Evers is approx. 75% female for a reason. You can lead a horse to water, but can’t make it drink. Carrots can help, but sticks may be more effective for those who have lost hope and only respond to fear of punishment.

Duke of Kingsbrook

Nonsense
November 13, 2019 7:45 pm

Spending money on education make work for some, but the thugs won’t listen to the kumbaya words of peace and love. For every dollar you spend on “education”, spend two on cops, cameras, drones, and sting operations. Fear of getting punished works better with hardened thugs who lack morality. The Jewish leaders in CH can only do so much with limited political power. I still struggle to understand why there are no public meetings to rally the people, no voting drive, no voter education. The CHJCC and the Jewish leaders should address why the public is not rallied, not mobilized… Read more »

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