A Jewish man who was returning from a massive rally against anti-Semitism was physically threatened on the train immediately after the event by a woman spewing anti-Semitic venom.
After Jonathan Gray left the “No Hate, No Fear” rally in New York City on Sunday, he was accosted by a woman on the subway screaming anti-Semitic epithets and physically threatening him.
“Just happened to me. Walked onto the NYC subway wearing my yarmulke and this lady started yelling and cursing at me. Including F&@k all you Jews,” tweeted Gray after the incident.
Is this New York City in the year 2020? The hate must stop!
This is real.Just happened to me. Walked onto the NYC subway wearing my yarmulke. (Costume off) and this lady started yelling and cursing at me. Including F&@k all you Jews.Tried to film quickly. And she threatened to beat me up. Having the station attendant call the police now pic.twitter.com/7fynGMUisn
— Jonathan Gray (@udontchap) January 5, 2020
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