“Most of the antisemitic incidents in New York have not been perpetrated by jihadists or far-right extremists, but by young African-American men,” the Times reports, citing the chief executive of the Anti-Defamation League, Jonathan Greenblatt. Then the newspaper adds, “Local leaders said that phenomenon grows out of tension in areas where longstanding African-American and Jewish communities have been squeezed by gentrification.” …

The New York Times logo. Photo: Wikimedia Commons. The New York Times has a news article reporting on antisemitic violent attacks against Orthodox Jews in New York.

The Times article offers one explanation for this phenomenon: gentrification.

“Most of the antisemitic incidents in New York have not been perpetrated by jihadists […]

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