Moment Jewish man in Brooklyn on his way to synagogue brutally attacked by two men

The moment a Jewish man on his way to a synagogue in New York City on Friday was brutally attacked by two men was captured on alarming video footage.

The unidentified man, 41, was walking toward a nearby synagogue in the East Midwood neighborhood of Brooklyn around 5:45 a.m. Friday when two men brutally kicked and punched him.

The hooded and masked robbers seemingly grab his bag as the man raises his hands before running away for safety.

The thieves then ran off the camera as pools of blood were seen on the sidewalk after the attack. No arrests have been made.

The alarming images were posted on Twitter by the Flatbush Shomrim Safety Patrol, a civilian voluntary patrol group formed 28 years ago to serve members of the Orthodox Jewish community.

The unidentified man, 41, walked into a nearby synagogue in the East Midwood neighborhood of Brooklyn around 5:45 a.m. Friday.

The two strangers then started violently kicking and beating the man

The two strangers then started violently kicking and beating the man

The hooded and masked robbers seemingly grab his bag as the man raises his hands before running for safety

The hooded and masked robbers seemingly grab his bag as the man raises his hands before running for safety

The thieves then run off the camera as blood was splattered on the sidewalk after the attack

The thieves then run off the camera as blood was splattered on the sidewalk after the attack

Police said no arrests have been made yet, but the Hate Crimes Task Force has been notified

Police said no arrests have been made yet, but the Hate Crimes Task Force has been notified

Another video posted to Twitter by the Flatbush Shomrim shows the faces of the two suspected attackers

Another video posted to Twitter by the Flatbush Shomrim shows the faces of the two suspected attackers

The Flatbush Shomrim said his volunteers later recovered the man’s Tefillin — small leather boxes containing scrolls of Torah verses. It is not clear what else was taken or what injuries the man sustained.

“This couple violently assaulted and robbed a local on their way to Shul this morning. His Tefillin was eventually recovered by our volunteers,” the Flatbush Shomrim tweeted.

Patrol volunteers also obtained videos showing the suspects’ faces, with the images dubbed ‘FACE OF EVIL’.

The patrol group said it was offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrests of the man’s attackers.

The brutal early morning attack occurred just three blocks from a nearby NYPD district. The NYPD’s Hate Crimes Task Force said it is investigating the robbery.

Governor Andrew Cuomo tweeted that he had commissioned the New York State Police's Hate Crimes Task Force to assist in the investigation.

Governor Andrew Cuomo tweeted that he had commissioned the New York State Police’s Hate Crimes Task Force to assist in the investigation.

Mayor Bill de Blasio also posted on Twitter condemning the attack de

Mayor Bill de Blasio also posted on Twitter condemning the attack de

Governor Andrew Cuomo called the robbery “another sickening anti-Semitic attack” while ordering the New York State Police’s Hate Crimes Task Force to assist in the investigation.

“It’s outrageous. To our Jewish community – I know this is exhausting. No one ever has to worry about being attacked for his religious beliefs,” Cuomo tweeted. “We will continue to fight against hate in all its forms.”

Mayor Bill de Blasio also spoke on Twitter about the attack, saying: “NO ONE should walk in fear in our city. We will not shrink in the face of hatred. Not today, not ever.’

“This perpetrator will be brought to justice. If you have any information about this outrageous attack, please contact @NYPDHateCrimes immediately,” de Blasio tweeted.

The attack came just over a week after another Jewish man was injured when his attacker threw pieces of broken furniture at him in Brooklyn, the capital of the United States. New York Daily News reported.

In that video, the attacker is said to have yelled, “F**king Jew! Why are you coming near me?’

The attack came just over a week after another Jewish man was injured when his attacker threw pieces of broken furniture at him in Brooklyn

The attack came just over a week after another Jewish man was injured when his attacker threw pieces of broken furniture at him in Brooklyn

In that video, the attacker is said to have yelled,

In that video, the attacker is said to have yelled, “F**king Jew! Why are you coming near me?’

The 25-year-old Jewish man was walking near Marcy Ave around 11:30 a.m. on July 5. in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn when the suspect picked up a piece of a chest of drawers on the sidewalk and threw it at him.

The victim was then hit in the back when he turned to run from his attacker and suffered minor injuries, police told the Daily News.

In yet another recent anti-Semitic incident, on June 24, two women and a man were caught putting stickers of a swastika-covered flag of Israel on buildings in Manhattan.

Anti-Asian hate crimes have also recently soared in the Big Apple amid the coronavirus pandemic.

On Wednesday, the NYPD and FBI released a joint public service announcement (PSA) to encourage the reporting of anti-Asian hate crimes.

“NYPD detectives work around the clock to prevent anti-Asian hate crimes from happening, and when they do, they thoroughly investigate,” said Police Commissioner Dermot Shea.

“We need all New Yorkers to stop these hateful acts. We must continue to work with our federal partners and community members to ensure safe communities for all.”

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