Brooklyn Man Smirks After Being Confronted for Tearing Down Posters of Kidnapped Israeli Children


(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Another example of anti-Semitism in New York City was uncovered when a man in Brooklyn laughed in the face of a Jewish woman who confronted him and a woman who was with him for ripping down posters of American Jewish children who were kidnapped by Hamas.

A video of the incident showed a Jewish woman approaching them as they stand in Brooklyn Bridge Park in Dumbo, holding the torn-up posters in their hands, according to the Daily Mail.

“This is mine, I paid money for this, and you’re not gonna f***ing do this!” the Jewish woman shouted in the Brooklyn accent.

Meanwhile, a man in a blue shirt stood beside the ripped poster, smirking and looking at the woman.

“I’m a citizen here and this is American citizens!” she screamed.

The woman in the burgundy jacket who was also tearing down the posters of kidnapped Jewish children tried responding to the woman but, in the end, never said anything.

“You f***ing got it? You are not going to do it! Get the f*** out of here! This is American citizens! They’re kidnapped! You f***ing b**ch!” the Jewish woman shouted.

In response, the man stepped toward her and, while still grinning, held his hand up to block the camera to stop the woman from filming them.

“Get the f*** out of here!” the woman screamed.

The couple then began walking away with the woman still following them and shouting.

It wasn’t the only time when the anti-Semitic acts in the Big Apple happened before. Another latest incident happened on the Upper East Side when a man sparked outrage by also pulling down pro-Israel posters and asking “Where are the Palestinians?”

A man in a tan jacket was confronted by a group of people on an Upper East Side crosswalk.

“Where are the Palestinians?” the man asked with a heavy French accent.

People who were filming the incident asked him how is it related to Israeli hostages. Instead of responding, the man continued asking his question.

In addition to these two incidents, on Oct. 17, 2023, two young female New York University students were caught tearing down posters of hundreds of hostages taken by Hamas at their university’s Tisch Hall and running away with them in their arms.