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Wounded Boston rabbi says stabbing attack was ‘unequivocally’ antisemitic

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Published: 6 July 2021

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Rabbi Shlomo Noginski was stabbed eight times while talking on his phone outside a Jewish day school; Jewish man abused twice in an hour on London bus and train

Wounded Boston rabbi says stabbing attack was ‘unequivocally’ antisemitic (Times of Israel)
‘I thank God for this miracle,’ says Rabbi Shlomo Noginski, recalling moments from Thursday assault in which he was stabbed eight times

Rabbi stabbed near school; suspect held without bail (AP)


Twice in an hour: Jewish man faces antisemitic abuse on London bus, train (Times of Israel)
In two incidents within an hour, passerby threatens to ‘slit your throat for Palestine,’ while another shouts ‘I f***ing hate the Jews’

Photo: Rabbi Shlomo Noginski in a Boston hospital recovering from a stabbing attack on July 1 (Rabbi Dan Rodkin)

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