Anti-Semitic vandalism in New York City


This 2 November 2018 video from the USA says about itself:

Broad City’s Ilana Glazer: Why I Canceled My Event at a NY Synagogue After Anti-Semitic Vandalism

A political event hosted by Ilana Glazer of Comedy Central’s “Broad City” at the Union Temple Synagogue in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, was canceled Thursday night after anti-Semitic and racist messages were found scrawled on walls throughout the building. Among the messages were “Jew Better Be Ready” “Insert Oven Here” “End is now”. “Hitler”, “Free Smoke for [N-word] Jews” … The graffiti comes amid a surge in anti-Semitic hate crimes nationwide, including Saturday’s massacre of 11 Jewish worshipers at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh.

Amy Goodman was scheduled to speak at the event about coverage of the midterm elections. We speak with Ilana Glazer in New York City. She is the co-creator and star of the hit Comedy Central show “Broad City.”

This 2 November 2018 video from the USA says about itself:

Extended web-only conversation with comedian and actress Ilana Glazer of Comedy Central’s “Broad City.” On Thursday she had to cancel a political event at the Union Temple Synagogue in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, after anti-Semitic and racist messages were found scrawled on walls throughout the building. She talks about what happened, white supremacy, the #MeToo movement and more.

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