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In Brooklyn, an unknown assailant beat up two Jewish teenagers playing on the sidewalk.


Alina Prikhodko

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In New York, an unknown person attacked Jewish children who were playing on the sidewalk in Brooklyn. According to New York Post, police are investigating whether the attack was motivated by hate.

On the evening of May 12, a man on a bicycle stopped at the sidewalk and attacked two boys, 11 and 13 years old. Children were playing in front of a condominium building on Franklin Avenue near Myrtle Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant. The stranger stopped his bicycle in the middle of the block between two parked cars and attacked the guys.

“Get off the sidewalk,” he shouted at the two boys, who were dressed in traditional Orthodox Jewish clothing.

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The NYPD's Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating whether the attack was anti-Semitic.

According to the video, he pushed one child to the ground and pushed another onto the sidewalk and kicked him. The children suffered minor cuts to the backs of their heads. Police have not made any arrests or confirmed that the attacker made any anti-Semitic statements.

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