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Congress Holds Hearing on Antisemitism

During a hearing at the House Homeland Security Subcommittee, Congresswoman Yvette Clarke said she was "deeply concerned" about hate crimes in her Brooklyn district of Midwood and Crown Heights. Full Story, Video

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Thank you Congress Memeber Clarke.
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Thank you Congress Memeber Clarke.

We need more of these voices to be heard on the national scene .

What took so long?
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What took so long?

And what about black supremacism which is responsible for far far more antisemitism in New York than white supremacism?

not true
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not true

I got a call from congresswoman yevette clarks office asking me to participate in a meeting that she was calling . It was about impeachment, and some other topics. anti-semitism was not on the ballot. she couldnt care less, but has to save face, saying shes deeply disturbed….shes not doing a thing about it.

Empty words
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Empty words

It’s not white supremacists.

Demographics
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Demographics

The majority of the non-Jews we live among are African.
So, of course, there will be more black supremacism here.
You don’t want to live among white supremacists any more than
other ethnic anti-Semitic fascists. In Pittsburgh, over 20 years ago,
on the bus, a couple of rotten individuals compared my kippa to a sweat rag, so I told them what I think of them. When I got off the bus, they threatened
me, “YOU SAY THAT AGAIN I’LL KILL YOU, YOU J..BA..!”

Here is why she is worried
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Here is why she is worried

I just read that chaim Deutch is declaring his candidacy for congress in 2021 when his term comes to an end in the city council. He will take on Clarke. He has a good chance of winning as frum yidden are increasing in Brooklyn very fast.

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