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[object Window] 1:20 午前. 土曜日、伝統的なハシディズムのユダヤ教徒が通常着用する服を着ていました, ニューヨーク市警 (NYPD) 前記.

The suspect crossed the street, approached the victim, and punched him in the nose, 警察は言った. The victim was so disoriented after the attack that he was unable to understand any statements that his attacker made, a law enforcement source added.

The victim suffered a cut to his nose and was treated at the scene before he was released, 警察は言った. The NYPD’s Hate Crime Task Force is now investigating.

Fox News Digital was first to obtain the NYPD total year-end hate crime statics, which show that the department received 538 reports of hate crimes last year – up 96% から 275 に 2020.

NYC HATE CRIMES NEARLY DOUBLED IN 2021 AS ANTI-ASIAN ATTACKS SOARED 343%, 警察は言う

Reports of anti-Hispanic hate crimes soared 700%, と 8 last year compared to the single incident in 2020, NYPDは言った. But reports of anti-Semitic attacks accounted for 38% – the plurality – of the hate crime cases covered by the NYPD last year.

NYPD seeking the man, 写真, in connection with the Jan. 22 hate crimes attack (NYPD)

NYPD seeking the man, 写真, in connection with the Jan. 22 hate crimes attack (NYPD) (NYPD)

Speaking to Fox News Digital on Monday, former New York State Assemblyman Dov Hikind said that the NYPD statistics painteda picture of horror, a picture of out-of-control Jew hatred.

Hikind, founder of Americans Against Antisemitism, said he was not surprised by the uptick in anti-Semitic complaints, which rose 54% から 2020 to last year. He said the recent atmosphere is creatingsuch fear within the community.

People are truly afraid of what’s going on. People are taking off their yarmulkes, putting away their stars of David, hiding anything Jewish about them,” 彼は続けた. “This is New York. This is America.

As for other types of hate crimes, NYPD statistics show reports of anti-Asian attacks skyrocketed by a staggering 343% – from 30 に 2020 に 133 に 2021.

Figures provided by NYPD show reports of hate crimes nearly doubled in 2021.

Figures provided by NYPD show reports of hate crimes nearly doubled in 2021. (NYPD)

Last weekend, Michelle Alyssa Go was killed when she was pushed in front of an oncoming train while standing on a platform inside the Times Square subway station. [object Window], [object Window], was inside the station for only nine minutes before he struck, 警察は言った.

本当に質問: 3 OFFICERS KILLED, 2 MORE WOUNDED IN WEEKEND BLOODSHED ACROSS THE COUNTRY

行け, 40, was an Asian American woman and an avid volunteer. Martial, 61, has been charged with second-degree murder and ordered held without bail. Police are still investigating whether the attack was racially motivated.

Yao Pan Ma, a 61-year-old Chinese immigrant, died late last year, more than eight months after he was the victim of a hate crime attack while collecting cans in East Harlem.

NEW YORK, ニューヨーク - JANUARY 21: A press conference and memorial vigil is held for Yao Pan Mo on the street corner where he was beaten, 1月 21, 2022 ハーレムで, ニューヨーク市.

ニューヨーク, ニューヨーク – 1月 21: A press conference and memorial vigil is held for Yao Pan Mo on the street corner where he was beaten, 1月 21, 2022 ハーレムで, ニューヨーク市. (Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis via Getty Images))

His alleged attacker, Jarrod Powell, 49, was subsequently arrested and charged with attempted murder and hate crime assault. Advocates are now calling for his charges to be upgraded to reflect the victim’s death.

Both Hikind and Asians Fighting Injustice founder Ben Wei said they believed that hate crime offenses go underreported, and that the statistics related to such crimes are likelylower than reality actually is,” Wei said.

ハーレム「待ち伏せ」: NYPDオフィサーJASONRIVERAがVIGILで表彰されました: 「暴力は私たちを分裂させない」

“多くの [Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders] are afraid to report some for a variety of reasons,” Wei said by phone. “There is this cultural feeling thatif we speak out, there is a chance that more retaliation will happen to us, 正しい? That there will be a spotlight shined on us, that maybe other people will mimic these attacks or attack us for speaking out.

NEW YORK, ニューヨーク - 1月 18: Local politicians, activists and members of the public attend an evening vigil for Michelle Go, who was killed in a Times Square subway station last Saturday on January 18, 2022 ニューヨーク市で.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

ニューヨーク, ニューヨーク – 1月 18: Local politicians, activists and members of the public attend an evening vigil for Michelle Go, who was killed in a Times Square subway station last Saturday on January 18, 2022 ニューヨーク市で. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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