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Kosher Restaurant in New York Targeted by Anti-Israel Vandal

Hummus Kitchen, a Kosher restaurant on New York City’s Upper East Side neighborhood, was vandalized on Sunday evening by a woman who ripped down the Israeli and American flags hanging inside the establishment, according to videos shared on social media.

“It’s disgusting,” the unidentified young woman says in reference to the Israeli flag. She then proceeds to flip off the camera as she is hounded out of the restaurant by workers.

Jewish watchdog organization – StopAntisemitism – identified the woman as Jeanette Suleiman.

Police have not made any arrests.

The same restaurant was attacked last week, when a New Jersey woman went on an antisemitic rampage and threw a cup of hot soup at a restaurant worker.

“You are all murderers!” the woman said, before flipping over tables and chairs, according to a report in the New York Post.

The attacks come amidst a wave of property damage against Jewish organizations and institutions across New York.

Antisemitic property crimes have risen 85 percent in the city since the Oct. 7 Hamas terrorist attack on Israel, New York City Police Department (NYPD) data shows. There have been 135 anti-Jewish complaints over a two-month period, up from 73 during the same period last year.