95% Of Hate Crimes Against Jews In New York Were Committed By Other Minorities

(RoyalPatriot.com )- According to a report published by Americans Against Antisemitism (AAA), other minority groups committed 97% of the hate crimes against Jews in New York between 2018 and 2022.

The AAA report was published on Wednesday on Wednesday on Dov Hikind’s Twitter account. In 99 of the assaults, the perpetrator’s ethnicity was included in the official reports, revealing that 97% of the assaults against Jews from April 2018 to August 2022 were committed by other minorities.

Black attackers committed 69% of physical or verbal assaults, followed by Asians (17%), Hispanics (11%), and white attackers (3%).

Orthodox Jews were the target of 94% of anti-Jewish assaults in New York City between 2018 and 2022, while other minorities were responsible for 97%.

According to the report, out of the 194, 154 were physical assaults, and 40 were verbal assaults or nearly four physical assaults for every verbal assault. Teenagers committed 22% of the assaults, and two or more teenagers committed 16%.

The report was distinctive because it only addressed assault, according to Israel Bitton, director of AAA. The subset of assault (verbal and physical) as a hate crime is the sole subject of this report. He said the extent of anti-Jewish assaults on people must be quantified because statistics on anti-Jewish hate crimes are frequently characterized as “mostly against property.”

“Even after adjusting for crimes against property, the number of attacks on Jewish people remains the highest of all target groups,” Bitton explained.

The fact that only two criminals received prison sentences and fewer than ten were found guilty was even more alarming. Bitton also emphasized the significance of the location of the crimes, stating that while it is typical for victims to be attacked when they are a minority in a given area, the report shows that Jews are most frequently attacked in their neighborhoods.

According to Bitton, that demonstrates greater audacity on the part of hate criminals who may be encouraged to attack Jews in Jewish communities in broad daylight because they know they can expect two things: “a lack of public outcry and a slap on the wrist from the criminal justice system.”