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"Hate Crime" or more BS from the world's most prolific victims?
Apparently, there was an incident in Brooklyn last week that some are describing as a hate crime by young Arab teens against a young rabbinic Jew from israel.
In fact, people from all over the city are gathering at the Brooklyn Borough President's office to talk about it.
One news account claims that a group of rowdy young Arab teens beat on this young israeli after he confronted one of them for grabbing the "kippa" from his head. According to this report, one Arab youth fled with the yarmulke into the street where he was hit by a car. His young Arab friends, blaming the israeli for chasing the young man into the street, allegedly starting punching and kicking him.
However, the report does not explain why only the young man who was hit by a car was arrested (as he lay in the hospital) while the other so-called assailants were not.
They do admit however that the young israeli was "not badly injured" (in stark contrast to a young Muslim man who WAS severely injured after being brutally beaten by young Jews in Brooklyn a little over a year ago.)
After speaking with a friend of the Ohana this Morning, NewsBlaze can report that he was not badly indured, even though the teenagers were hitting and kicking him. There were six teens at the subway, but only three were involved in the attack. A crowd of people quickly gathered and although they did not directly help Ohana, the growing crowd must have scared the boys and instead of helping their injured friend, they ran away, jumped into a car and fled the scene.
That's odd - these savage young men were "scared" by a crowd of people? and this crowd of people didn't bother helping the victim?
Perhaps the explanation lies in this other report from the New York Post that characterizes the so-called victim as a fearless vigilante and says nothing about the so-called beating:
YARMULKE YAHOOS BEST NOT MESS WITH THIS RABBI
Uria Ohana, 25, a member of the Chabad Lubavitch movement, told The Post he entered a subway station alone at Fourth Avenue and Ninth Street in Park Slope at 6:20 p.m. Tuesday.
Ohana said he went through a turnstile and spotted a group of young Arabic men sitting on a bench.
"I wasn't afraid of anything. I didn't think anything would happen," he said.
But something did.
Ohana said he felt a hand grab his brown yarmulke off his head.
He then spun around and came face to face with one of the men, Ali Hussein, 18, police said.
"There were no words exchanged. I decided to chase him to get my yarmulke back," Ohana said.
Hussein's friends joined in the foot pursuit, screaming "Allah-hu Akbar," which means "God is great."
They ran outside and Hussein darted into the street, where he was hit by a blue Volvo and toppled to the ground, cops said.
"He couldn't move. He broke his leg. He was crying," said Ohana.
Hussein's friends then jumped into a suburban GMC and sped away.
Police arrested Hussein for alleged aggravated harassment as a hate crime.
Nothing about being punched or kicked. The so-called assailants jumped into a suburban GMC and sped away.
Incidentally, the person who supposedly first broke this story -- Debbie Schlussel -- insists on describing the so-called fugitives as "Muslims" not "Arab teens."
More BS from the masters of BS.