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YAY!
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YAY!

The New York Police Department determined that the fire was intentionally set and is investigating it as a hate crime.
So they are investtigating! Also nice to have a rally there.
Can i donate in cash right there?

ALRIGHT!!
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ALRIGHT!!

B’H it was a hate crime. Would have hated it to go unreported.

Glad
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Glad

i’m glad they were able to find out it was a hit crime. I’m sad for the community that this bus is representing Jewish. I would never allow my child to board the bus it’s a disgrace for the grim community

Glad
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Glad

i’m glad they were able to find out it was a hit crime. I’m sad for the community that this bus is representing Jewish. I would never allow my child to board the bus it’s a disgrace for the grim community

Aaron
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Aaron

BS”D The perps need to be caught and prosecuted and given a real and meaningful sentence, what if Chas v Sholem someone had been sleeping in the bus

no words
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no words

thank you to all the non-jews in supporting us thru this hard time. Hashem, please end this golus!!

The security here is horrible!
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The security here is horrible!

This is horrible

This was definitely a hate crime

To #3/4
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To #3/4

Why is the bus a disgrace? Chassidim use all sorts of ways to spread the Rebbe’s message & this is one of them. When I was in CH I didn’t see it but I wish I had. I hope Mr. Scheiber will be able to decorate another one, & to find a safe place to secure it.

Response to Glad #4
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Response to Glad #4

Why do you consider the bus to be a disgrace to the “grim” community and you feel sad that it represents “Jewish?” To me the bus represented a Kiddush Hashem, using art, color and self-expressed to do Jewish outreach and to beautify the mitzvos, by capturing the imagination. Perhaps it is your negative outlook that is “grim.”

To # 4
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To # 4

The Rebbiem taught us to be positive. Think positive, say positive results = positive outcome

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