New York Man Arrested After ATTEMPTING to RUN OVER Jewish Youth and Rabbi in Brooklyn


A New York man is in police custody following a manhunt after fleeing the scene where he reportedly attempted to run down five Jewish youngsters and a rabbi with a car outside a Brooklyn school on Wednesday morning.

Just before 11:30 a.m., the New York Police Department (NYPD) responded to an incident on Glenwood Road in the 63rd Precinct.

Police said a 58-year-old male drove a white 2011 Ford Crown Victoria onto the sidewalk in an attempt to hurt pedestrians.

According to Yeshiva World News, Boro Park Shomrim got frantic calls reporting that a white automobile had twice attempted to attack Yeshiva Bochurim and a rabbi outside the Vien Yeshiva in Canarsie. Surveillance video shows the offender attempting but failing to run over Bochurim.

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The video then shows the motorist traveling around the block and back to the Yeshiva, as well as driving up the curb and onto school property. Police stated there were no casualties, and the motorist was apprehended shortly after being located. Police have not published the suspect’s name or any more information at this time.

The FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force informed Fox News Digital that it is aware of the event and that the investigation is being lead by the NYPD.

This recent incident comes as college campuses around the country are witnessing increased rallies over the Israel-Hamas conflict, as well as complaints of student harassment and antisemitism.

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Earlier this month, the United States House enacted the Antisemitism Awareness Act, which intends to crack down on antisemitism on college campuses and would widen the legal definition of antisemitism used to enforce anti-discrimination laws.

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