Cars Set on Fire as More Swastikas Turn Up in NYC: "Looks Like a War Zone"

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This happened on the 73rd anniversay of Kristallnacht: the "Night of Broken Glass," referring to the wave of violent anti-Jewish pogroms that took place on November 9 and 10, 1938, throughout Germany, annexed Austria, and in areas of the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia. It set the stage for what was to come. Welcome to O-merica.

While TV and media culture whores handwring and lament about imaginary "islamophobia," Jew-hatred spikes to worldwide record levels. Who cares? No one. Welcome to America under siege by the leftists and Islamic supremacists.
What a horror -- imagine this scene for those who witnessed it in Germany.
Police Investigate Antisemitic Arson and vandalism in Midwood (credit: CBS 2)
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – There’s shock and outrage in Brooklyn today after several cars were torched and numerous pieces of anti-Semitic vandalism took place in Midwood.
The incident was discovered at around 5 a.m., when residents awoke to see cars burning.
At least three cars were set ablaze and dozens of pieces of anti-Semitic graffiti were plastered along benches. The cars were damaged and the benches vandalized along Ocean Parkway between Avenues I and J. Among the vandalism: “KKK” scrawled nearby, as well as numerous swastikas.
1010 WINS’ Steve Sandberg reports
“People are nervous, people are concerned,” Assemblyman Dov Hikind said. “The police are putting extra manpower into the community at synagogues and all over.”
The incident occurred on the anniversary of Kristallnacht, when Hitler’s Nazi’s launched a pogrom against Jews in Germany and Austria.
“I’m used to swastikas, but three cars destroyed is a whole new dimension,” said Hikind. “Three cars completely destroyed as if someone had dropped them bomb on them is just a real tragedy.”
“The burning of cars and vandalism of benches in Midwood this morning represents a truly hateful act of prejudice,” said Public Advocate Bill De Blasio in a statement. “That it took place on the anniversary of Kristallnacht leaves no doubt that this attack is a hate crime in every sense, and I applaud the NYPD for investigating it as such.”
New York City Councilman David Greenfield is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person – or persons – responsible for the incident.
“We will not accept anti-Semitism in our community. There is zero tolerance for such acts of hatred and ignorance,” said Councilman Greenfield in a statement. “I’m confident that these hateful people will be caught and punished to the full extent of the law.”
Just a week ago, two libraries and a synagogue in Queens were vandalized with swastikas.
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