‘It is unacceptable’: Mayor vows city will avenge anti-Semitic hate crimes in Brooklyn

Mayor Bill de Blasio vowed on Sunday that justice will be served after meeting with members of the Jewish community in Brooklyn to discuss the recent slew of anti-Semitic hate crimes, stating that the city will not “turn a blind eye to this hatred.” 

The mayor joined NYPD Chief of Department Rodney Harrison along with Jewish leaders at the 66th Precinct in Borough Park to condemn a series of anti-Semitic attacks and threats. 

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