Jewish Man Arrested For Scrawling Anti-Semitic Graffiti On Brooklyn Synagogues in 'Hate Crime'Chris Menahan
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The suspect who allegedly vandalized four synagogues in Brooklyn with anti-Semitic graffiti over the weekend has been identified as 39-year-old Emil Benjamin, who is a Jewish man from Brooklyn.
From the New York Daily News:
A Jewish Brooklyn man faces hate crime charges for allegedly scrawling messages on four synagogues, and burglarizing one of them, during an hour-long crime spree.One of the biggest stories of 2017, which was hyped by the ADL and the media, was a string of over 245 bomb threats called into Jewish Community Centers throughout America.
The threats were used to harangue President Trump for "emboldening anti-Semites" and legislation was passed to increase funding and security grants to Jewish groups.
It turned out nearly all of the JCC bomb threats were carried out by "18 year old" Israeli-American Michael Ron David Kadar, who was found to have a bitcoin wallet worth millions of shekels (a few copycat threats were called in by African-American Juan Thompson).
Kadar was found guilty in Israel in June 2018 for the bomb threats and sentenced to ten years in prison.
In 2019, evidence was dug up by geneticist Franklin Stahl, Ph.D., a member of the National Academy of Science, suggesting that Kadar's Israeli mother, Dr. Tamar Kadar, who is a chemical weapons researcher at the Mossad-operated Israeli Institute for Biological Research, may have been the real culprit behind the calls.
Stahl reported that Kadar, who evidence indicates was actually 27 years old and not 18 years old at the time of his arrest, was nothing more than a fall guy. Additionally, Kadar appears to have been freed from prison by Israel and allowed to travel back to America only to be arrested and jailed on a weapons charge in Illinois.
Kadar's story completely fell off the map shortly after it was uncritically reported in 2017 and the ADL refused to remove his hoax calls from their list of "anti-Semitic incidents" for 2017.
No doubt the vandalism allegedly performed by Emil Benjamin be tallied as "anti-Semitic incidents" and the story will be buried just the same.
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