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A suspect in the Hanukkah stings in new york the rabbi’s home was arrested on attempted murder charges

to connectVideoNew York-machete stab at Hanukkah event at the rabbi’s home, resulting in 5 people injured-reports

The attack happened in Monsey, New York, and, by a machete-wielding suspect, who rode away; Jacqui Heinrich of the reports.

The man is accused of entering the home of a New York rabbi, and the cross of the five men with a machete in a horrific anti-Semitic attack on Saturday night and was taken into custody hours after the attack.

Ramapo police chief Steven Weidel said on Sunday that the accused identified as Grafton, E., Thomas, 37, of Greenwood Lake, New York, you will be faced with a five counts of attempted murder and one count of residential burglary.

The police said that Thomas entered the house of Rabbi Chaim Rottenberg, in Monsey, a suburb north of New York City, and during the Hanukkah celebration, the latest in a string of anti-Semitic incidents in the past few weeks, and that the success of the Jewish people on the streets of New York City, and the massacre at a kosher supermarket in Jersey City, N. J.

The police have said Thomas fled the scene of the stabbing, but was later recorded in the district of Harlem in New York City.

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One person was very seriously injured, the governor told the crowd of reporters, and remained in a critical condition. The rabbi’s son, who was also injured, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said. His status and that of the other victims was not clear.

The authorities have a motive for the attack, but Cuomo said it’s an example of a bigger problem.

“This is a very intolerant time in our country,” he told reporters outside the rabbi’s house on a Sunday morning. “We’ll see, fury, we can see hatred to explode.”

He added: “this is an American cancer on the body politic.”

The police said the sting happened at around 10 a.m., A witness saw a suspect fleeing in a car and alerted the police to the license plate number, Weidel, and the chief of police in Ramapo, which is related to Monsey, said. That may be for the police to search his car when he was in New York City, where the police force is maintained.

“I was praying for my life,” Aaron Kohn, the age of 65, living in the house at the time, told The New York Times. “He started attacking people as soon as he came in the door. We didn’t have time to respond to all of them.”

Orthodox Jewish men to listen to n.y. state Assemblyman Dov Hikind speaking in Monsey, new york, new york, Sunday, Dec. 29, 2019, after a stabbing late Saturday during a Hanukkah celebration. A man was attacked with a celebration of the rabbi’s house, to the north of New York City late on Saturday, stabbing and wounding of a number of people on the flight, in the car, according to police. (The Associated Press)

Among the groups condemning the attack, the Republican Jewish Coalition.

“The political leadership in New York isn’t doing nearly enough for its Jewish citizens,” the Republican Jewish Coalition, wrote on Twitter. “This has become a daily occurrence in new york. This attack may not be a useful talking point for the left, but they still need to talk.”

Monsey is a town of about 18,000 residents located about 35 miles north of New York City had seen in a previous attack, and just last month, when a 30-year-old man is on his way to morning prayers was struck, and put in the Journal News of Rockland County, has been reported.

In New York City, the NYPD counter-Terrorism Bureau, said it was “closely” on Saturday, an attack in Monsey, and the Anti-Defamation League of New York and New Jersey, said he was aware of the attack and the sending of delegates to the city.

An Orthodox Jewish man is standing in front of a house in Monsey, new york, new york, Sunday, Dec. 29, 2019, after a stabbing late Saturday during a Hanukkah celebration. A man was attacked with a celebration of the master’s house, north of New York City late on Saturday, stabbing and wounding of a number of people on the flight, in the car, according to police. (The Associated Press)

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The messages that are posted later, by the Orthodox Jewish Public Affairs Council of the Hudson Valley, said that five people were stabbed, including one victim who was struck six times and two of the victims were in critical condition. The message added that the suspect was seen leaving in a gray Nissan Sentra vehicle.

Police in Clarkstown, N. Y., have also to report that five people had been stabbed, WCBS reported.

Letitia James, the attorney-general of New York, also condemned the attack in a message posted on Twitter.

“I am deeply disturbed by the situation unfolding in Monsey, New York, and this evening,” James wrote. “There is a zero tolerance policy towards acts of hate, of any kind, and we will continue to monitor this terrible situation.

New York city mayor Bill de Blasio will also be posted on Twitter at around midnight on Sunday.

“Terrible,” and the Blasio wrote. “So many of the Jewish families in our town to have a close relationship with Monsey. We can’t overstate the anxiety that people are feeling at the moment.

Orthodox Jewish residents to talk to the police, on the Forshay Road Monsey, new york, new york, Sunday, Dec. 29, 2019, at the end of the scene of a stabbing that took place late Saturday at a Hanukkah party. A man was attacked at a rabbi’s house in the north of New York City late on Saturday, stabbing and wounding of a number of people on the flight, in the car, according to police. (The Associated Press)

“I’ve been talking with an old friend for the first time in their lives, and are afraid to show outward signs of their Jewish faith,” he added.

“I’ve been talking with an old friend for the first time in their lives, and are afraid to show outward signs of their Jewish faith.”

Bill de Blasio, mayor of New York City

Also, earlier on Saturday, the united states. Rep. Lee zeldin once, R-new york, new york, wrote on Twitter that the “feckless leadership” of New York City was, in part, to blame for the wave of anti-Semitism there.

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“The most violent anti-Semitic attacks in new YORK and may be caused by the raw hatred, feckless leadership, and a culture of inclusion, education and promotion of anti-Semitism, and the lowering of the quality of life,” zeldin once out of the city, Long Island, the suburbs, and wrote. “De Blasio AND elected leaders will need to step up to be face to face & crush it as a threat.”

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