‘We do not tolerate hate’: NYC presents united front against bigotry after likely anti-Semitic attack thwarted


In an ongoing scourge of anti-Semitic hate crimes currently gripping the city, Mayor Eric Adams on Monday lauded local, state and federal law enforcement officials for coming together to stop what the city says was a likely attack on the Jewish community over the weekend.

At City Hall, Adams was flanked by top brass from the NYPD, MTA and FBI, who all came together to identify and arrest two men they allege were planning an attack on the Jewish community in the five boroughs.