[Now the Jews also have to keep an eye open for blacks too!!! Hahahaha. The only problem is that it is mostly WHITE MALES – Police, special forces, etc who protect the Jews. That's bad.
Simon Gold, a 24-year-old Satmar Chasid from Williamsburg, Brooklyn, was in his car outside a Jersey City, N.J., kosher supermarket on Dec. 10 when two black-clad assailants burst out of a U-Haul rental van and ran into the store. Gold crouched beneath his steering wheel and called 911. He gave them his license plate and model of car and asked police to rescue him. He waited for more than 20 minutes, and heard rounds of ammunition being shot from the long rifles.
“I didn’t know if I was going to be alive the next minute,” Gold told the Journal.
A black police truck pulled up and positioned itself between Gold’s car and the supermarket so he could safely run to the police vehicle. Police then drove him a couple of blocks away and dropped him off.
The suspects have been identified by police as David Anderson, 47, and Francine Graham, 50, and were reportedly members of the Black Hebrew Israelites, a black nationalist sect.
New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio called the attack “an act of terror” and while Jersey City officials initially said it was not aimed at the Jewish community, video shows them jumping out of the van across the street, guns pointed toward the supermarket.
Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop, who is Jewish, said on Dec. 11, “It was a targeted attack on the Jewish kosher deli.”
Six people were killed in the attack: Jersey City Police Det. Joseph Seals; the market’s co-owner Mindel Ferencz, 33; rabbinical student Moshe Deutsch, 24; Miguel Douglas, 49; and the two assailants. Another civilian inside the supermarket escaped with a gunshot wound.
Fulop met Dec. 11 with leaders of the Charedi community from Jersey City and Brooklyn. Afterward, he tweeted: “I just finished a long meeting with leaders of the Orthodox Jewish community here in Jersey City. I explained in detail all of the information we have public. The bottom line is that we are thankful this community is part of JC and we will heal together.”