A man accused in a Hanukkah stabbing attack in New York has been hit with five hate crime charges. Prosecutors said evidence found in the suspect’s home includes anti-Semitic journals.
When a man with a “big machete knife” burst into a rabbi’s home, stabbing victims as they celebrated Hanukkah, Josef Gluck ran away from the danger.
Then he came back to confront it.
Journals referencing anti-Semitic beliefs were found in the home of a man charged with federal hate crimes in the stabbing of five people celebrating Hanukkah in a rabbi’s house.