Jews are being attacked in New York on a daily basis since the holiday season. Just look at the day to day violence and harassment they have to deal with:
A 65-year-old man said he was punched and kicked near Manhattan by another man who was yelling "F*** you, Jew," the New York Police Department said. Steven Jorge, 28, was arrested. It was not clear if he had an attorney.
On the same day, a 67-year-old man in Brooklyn reported that a group of teenagers approached his 6-year-old son and another 7-year-old boy, striking them from behind. The victims were treated for minor injuries.
A 25-year-old man in Brooklyn told police a group of people began yelling anti-Semitic slurs at him as he walked. One of them also threw their drink at him.
Also in Brookyln, a 56-year-old man said a group of people approached him and one of them punched him.
On Christmas Day, a 40-year-old man dressed in "traditional religious clothing" walking home was approached by an individual who blocked his path. That individual allegedly punched the victim in the face when the man tried to let him pass.
A woman was charged with assault as a hate crime after she allegedly attacked a 34-year-old Jewish woman in front of her child. Ayana Logan is accused of using her bag to hit the woman, NYPD said.
Friday: Tiffany Harris, 30, was arrested and charged with harassment as a hate crime after she allegedly slapped three women in the head and face, police told CNN.
Also on Friday, a black man walked into the Chabad Lubavitch World Headquarters and allegedly threatened to shoot and kill people in the center.
Saturday: Five people were injured when a man walked into a rabbi's home in the New York City suburb of Monsey and stabbed them, according to police. A suspect was apprehended.