On Wednesday, March 1, 2017, at about 10 a.m., a mob attacked the family of an Arab American couple in the Manhattan borough of New York City.

A small group of anti-Israel activists, including some who had been present at the incident, attacked the Arab family and two Jewish friends, and then left, yelling anti-Jewish epithets and chanting anti-Arab and anti-Zionist slogans, the New York Daily News reported.

The victim’s wife, a 19-year-old college student, and a 15-year old Jewish high school student were attacked as they sat in their car outside the Jewish Museum of Fort Greene, a Jewish institution in Brooklyn, where the couple works, and were taken to nearby hospitals for treatment.

The family’s son, a 21-year age student at the same school, was also assaulted.

The attacks were captured on video by a witness and published by the Daily News, and have received worldwide attention.

The attack on the family happened in front of dozens of anti to Israel protesters who gathered outside the New Yorkers Museum of Art.

The demonstration quickly escalated, with anti-American and anti Israeli protesters in the crowd, with some throwing rocks at police officers.

One of the anti-Semites involved in the attack, a young man who identified himself as a member of the Binyamin Netanyahu’s Jewish Defense League (JBLC), shouted: “You [Palestinians] are the enemy of Israel!”

He was later arrested by police.

The JBLL has a strong presence in New Jersey and New York and has been designated a terrorist organization by the US Department of Justice, according to the Center for Security Policy.

This is not the first time that the JBLLC has been targeted by Jewish groups.

Last year, the group claimed responsibility for a shooting attack at the JBS in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

It was carried out by the BJS, which is considered a terrorist group by the FBI.

On April 12, 2017 at about 1:45 a.ms., a group of three young Arab Israeli men in their early twenties approached two Israeli tourists at the Brooklyn Museum, and began yelling anti Semitic slurs and threatening to shoot them.

The men then proceeded to stab the tourist in the back, causing him to lose consciousness.

The tourist was rushed to hospital where he underwent surgery for a fractured skull.

The attackers are believed to have fled the scene, but are still at large.

On March 14, 2017 around 12:30 a.ma., an Arab Israeli man, who is also a member and supporter of the JBRL, opened fire on a group that was gathered in the area of the American University of Beirut.

The two victims were hit and killed, and the assailant fled the area, police said.

On Tuesday, March 17, 2017 in the Brooklyn borough of Brooklyn, a mob of anti -Israel activists set fire to the home of a Jewish couple.

Two of the assailants were arrested, but police are yet to identify the third suspect.

The home, which the couple rented for several months, was burned to the ground and debris was strewn on the street.

The victims’ 17-year oldest daughter, who lives nearby, was injured by shrapnel wounds to her head.

A group of Jewish youths from the nearby JBS, who were also at the scene and also have been charged with murder, assault and criminal damage, were arrested.

On Friday, March 21, 2017 a group led by the JBG arrested a group from a local Muslim community who were protesting in the West Bank, as well as another Arab-Israeli man who was demonstrating in the nearby Jewish neighborhood of Beit Shemesh.

The group, which consisted of around a dozen Arab Israelis, hurled anti-Palestinian insults and hurled rocks at a police officer, who was also among the protesters, according the Jerusalem Post.

The suspects were also accused of throwing bottles and other objects at the officer, according a police source quoted by the Jerusalem Times.

According to the JBCL, the protesters threw stones at Israeli police officers and protesters from the Israeli government and military, who responded by shooting live rounds at them.

On Wednesday afternoon, March 28, 2017 an anti -Zionists demonstration in the city of Haifa, near the city’s main synagogue, erupted into violence, with the group throwing stones at police and members of the Jewish community.

A police officer was injured in the incident.

The incident was captured on tape and uploaded to YouTube, where it has received nearly 2 million views.

Following the incident in Haifa and the video of the incident on March 28 in the Jewish neighborhood, Haifa Mayor Nir Barkat said in a statement, “We have to be vigilant against all forms of violence and hate.”

“There are also many incidents of incitement on the internet which are also inciting violence and hatred,” he