No new information has been released regarding the vandals responsible for the wave of anti-Semitic graffiti in Borough Park. The acts of hate have prompted many community leaders to publicly condemn the perpetrators.
Congressman Jerrold Nadler has announced his desire to join the local leaders and work with law enforcement, elected officials and community leaders to keep the neighborhood free from symbols of hate.
“I stand with the Borough Park community in condemning these ugly acts of hate directed at the Jewish community. Swastikas, which are abhorrent and unacceptable symbols of hatred and violence, placed at the core of Brooklyn’s Jewish community unfortunately demonstrate that anti-Semitism is alive and well. The perpetrator must be caught and prosecuted, and we must stand together to say that we will not tolerate such cowardly displays of bigotry,” he said.