A Jewish bakery in New York City was vandalized with “Free Gaza” graffiti and a nearby bank’s window was smashed amidst the city’s growing hate crimes against Jews.
The incident occurred ahead of pro-Palestinian protests in the city, raising concerns about rising antisemitism.
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Pro-Palestinian protests have also taken place in Boston, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C., with calls for a cease-fire in the Israel-Hamas conflict.
Additionally, an Upper East Side coffee shop faced staff resignations due to the owner’s support for Israel, leading to community support and donations to aid Israel.
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