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'Rise in anti-Semitism'? What we know about the Hanukkah party machete attack injuring five

USATODAY.com Monday, 30 December 2019
'Rise in anti-Semitism'? What we know about the Hanukkah party machete attack injuring fiveA suspect, Grafton Thomas, pleaded not guilty to 5 counts of second-degree attempted intentional murder. Two victims remain hospitalized as of Sunday.
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News video: Man attacks Hanukkah party at Rabbi's house in New York

Man attacks Hanukkah party at Rabbi's house in New York 01:49

An attack on a religious gathering, the stabbing of five people at a rabbi's house in New York during a Hanukkah party. New York's governor is calling this an act of domestic terrorism.

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