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Shocking anti-Semitic abuse captured on camera in Brooklyn as man berates woman in street

A man in Brooklyn was captured on camera going on an aggressive anti-Semitic rant as a woman walked down the street. 

Ring surveillance footage recorded the unidentified man in the Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn yelling hateful profanities at a woman: 'Jewish b***h, the f**k outta here, the f**k outta here, you f**king Jewish b***h.'

He continues: 'That's why I wish Hitler was still here, murder your children, you and your husband.' 

The camera is set above two doors semi-enclosed behind a staircase. The aggressive man is seen standing on the sidewalk in broad daylight. 

An unidentified man went on an disturbing anti-Semitic rant in Flatbush, Brooklyn

'You f**king Jewish b***h. That's why I wish Hitler was still here, murder your children, you and your husband,' he yelled as a woman walked down the street 

Ring surveillance footage recorded the shocking incident which was posted on Twitter 

The family, who is off camera, seems to catch his eye as he turns around and begins berating them.  

Another person is seen sitting on the stairs not reacting as the man goes on his threatening rant. 

The disturbing video was tweeted by NY Scanner, an account that post crowd sourced videos of crime and other wild scenes from around New York City. 

Hate crimes in New York City have sky rocketed in the past year. In 2020, NYPD reported 209 hate crimes through September. This year the police department recorded 424 hate crimes in the same time period equating to an increase of 103%. 

The Jewish population in the city has seen hate crimes against their community spike 50%. Last year, NYPD recorded 98 hate crimes against Jewish people through September while they reported 147 hate crimes against Jews in 2021 for the same time period. 

Overall crime in New York City increased by 2.6% in September 2021, compared with September 2020. While, crime year-to-date decreased by 0.2% compared to 2020. 

Crime has sky rocketed in New York City, while rates have stayed relatively consistent with last year, they have more than doubled since 2019 in some cases including shooting victims

But officials continue to tout a decline in violent crime in the city noting that murder and robbery incidents have continued a downward trend compared with last year. 

Police Commissioner Dermot Shea commented on the supposed decline in 'violence': 'The ongoing, downward trend in violence reflects the hard and often dangerous work of the men and women of the NYPD.'

'And while I applaud their courage and tenacity, the police cannot do this alone. Public safety must be a collective mission.'

'It requires intelligence-based policing, but it also requires a fully functioning court system and meaningful consequences that send a clear message to those who would pull a trigger: expect to be caught, and expect to be held accountable.' 

However, overall crime throughout New York City has continued to escalate.   

According to newly released data from the FBI, the number of hate crimes reported in the U.S. in 2020 was the highest recorded since 2001- the year of the September 11 attacks. 

After hate crimes that involved race, which made up the majority of the cases, 20 percent involved sexual orientation bias, 13.3 percent were biases related to religion, 2.7 percent involved gender identity bias (which means attacks against transgender and non-binary people), 1.4 percent involved disability bias, and 0.7 percent involved gender bias.

Of the 7,750 hate crime offenses classified as crimes against persons in 2020, 53.1 percent were for intimidation, 27.9 percent were for simple assault, and 17.9 percent were for aggravated assault. Twenty-two murders and 21 rapes were reported as hate crimes. The remaining 32 hate crime offenses were reported in the category of other.