Hasidic man assaulted in Brooklyn, attacker yells 'I will kill you Jews'

Two women shoved a Hasidic man to the ground in Brooklyn, and one of them punched him in the throat.

The intersection of Broadway and Lorimer Street in Brooklyn. NYPD reports that a 22 year-old Hasid was assaulted and verbally harassed by two women (photo credit: GOOGLE MAPS VIA JTA)
The intersection of Broadway and Lorimer Street in Brooklyn. NYPD reports that a 22 year-old Hasid was assaulted and verbally harassed by two women
(photo credit: GOOGLE MAPS VIA JTA)
Two women shoved a Hasidic Jewish man to the ground and  yelled “F*** you Jew” and “I will kill you Jews” in Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood on Wednesday, according to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA). One of the assailants grabbed the victim's cellphone and punched him in the throat, JTA reported.
Last week, on December 24, another Brooklyn attack was caught on video. The New York Police Department (NYPD) released the clip on January 1, which shows what appears to be a group of teenagers assaulting a 23-year-old Hasidic man in Brooklyn.
The NYPD said he was struck in the head with a chair and punched in the face. Police are urging anyone with information about this attack to call or message its tip line at 800-577-TIPS.
This comes days after a woman was arrested in Brooklyn for attacking three Jewish women. She told the police "Yes, I slapped them. I cursed them out. I said ‘F-U, Jews,'" according to the Algemeiner.
On Saturday, five people were injured when Gafton Thomas committed a stabbing attack at the home of Rabbi Chaim Rottenberg. One of the victims, 71-year-old Josef Neumann, was severely injured and is still unconscious. Neumann's family released a statement saying that, "doctors are not optimistic about his chances to regain consciousness, and if our father does miraculously recover partially, doctors expect that he will have permanent damage to the brain; leaving him partially paralyzed and speech-impaired for the rest of his life."