More Teaneck Footage: Jews sing Hatikvah while police send away pro-Hamas protesters away

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Avi-B
Avi-B
17 days ago

Nice to see a Frum Community stand up proudly to the Pro-Hamas-Filth! In addition, Kudos to the Teaneck-Police-Department as well. They showed tremendous restraint in the face of Animals who cursed & insulted them, threatened them and no doubt hurled objects at them. Imagine how much more effective all of our PD’s can be if the useless Politicians & Lawmakers left them alone to do their jobs. Unfortunately, these “protests” are growing all around the country, especially in areas with large Jewish populations. Only way to defeat a bully is to stand up to a bully!

skipp
skipp
17 days ago

By letting that dreck in America stabbed itself in the back.

Bernhard H. Rosenberg
Bernhard H. Rosenberg
17 days ago

YISHAR KOACH We as Jews and Israel are in deep trouble, believe it. The entire world is against us. Those JEWS who do not believe it will soon discover how rampant antisemitism is. RABBI
According to a recent poll conducted by College Pulse, which surveyed 3,084 American college students, including 527 Jewish students, the sense of safety among Jewish students on U.S. campuses has significantly decreased. Prior to the October 7 attack on Israel by Hamas, 66% of Jewish students felt “very” or “extremely” safe on campus. However, after the attack, only 45% of Jewish students reported feeling the same level of safety. This decline in perceived safety comes in the wake of increased incidents of both antisemitism and Islamophobia. Many Jewish students have expressed feeling harassed and intimidated during pro-Palestinian rallies, while Muslim students and those supporting Palestinians have also reported incidents of doxxing and surveillance by Jewish groups1.
Furthermore, at Rutgers University, which has one of the largest chapters of the leading Jewish student organization in the country, the situation remains concerning. The Rutgers University Hillel reported over 516 hate incidents specifically targeted at Jewish students in 2021. Despite this, there has been a perceived failure to take action to address rampant antisemitism on campus, leaving Jewish students feeling unsafe and ostracized2.
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has opened investigations into several colleges, including Harvard University, based on complaints alleging discrimination against students of Jewish origin. Congress’ Committee on Education and the Workforce is also calling for hearings with university leaders to address incidents of antisemitism and violence against Jewish students on their campuses3.
In summary, the safety and well-being of Jewish students on college campuses remain a critical issue, and efforts to combat antisemitism and promote inclusivity are essential.

Fried
Fried
16 days ago

Those NK’s need help ASAP! Hashem Yishmore I vomit from them!!!!!

Holy Moe
Holy Moe
16 days ago

Sad that Flatbush did not respond the same way. I am ashamed to live in Flatbush.