Hate on Pineapple Street?

The Brooklyn Paper reports that an anti-Semitic note was taped to the door of a home on Pineapple Street yesterday morning:

Brooklyn Paper: More anti-Semitic…: The note was written in thick black marker and partially said “kill” and “Jews,” but police did not release the full message to a Brooklyn Paper reporter on the scene.

The residents of the single-family house, which is between Willow Street and Columbia Heights, refused to comment. But two occupants appeared shaken as they discussed the finding with detectives.

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  • AEB

    What IS it with anti semitism in BH?

    Perhaps intimate communities, in which one was has a greater sense of connectedness to one’s neighbors, are more vulnerable to outbursts of bigotry than those in which relationships are more anonymous, more “atomized.”