The mayor of Jersey City says it’s “clear” that gunmen in a furious shooting that left six people dead targeted a Jewish market. Mayor Steven Fulop refused to call it an anti-Semitic attack but said surveillance video shows the gunmen got out of their van at a kosher grocery store after bypassing other buildings on the way. Neither the.
A kosher grocery store with its front blown out is seen in Jersey City after a couple opened fire inside, killing at least three people on Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019.
JERSEY CITY, NJ — There is an active shooter situation taking place in Jersey City on Tuesday afternoon. Two gunmen are firing upon police and random people from inside a Kosher store on Martin Luther King Drive near Bidwell Avenue. At least one police officer has been injured so far.The two assailants who shot up a Jersey City, N.J., kosher grocery cased the shop for months ahead of the attack, made a bomb strong enough to injure and kill people up to five football fields.Newly released video from a fatal shootout at a kosher grocery store in Jersey City shows the moment one of the shooters exited the van he drove there, took three steps and raised a long gun.
New Jersey Shooters Targeted Kosher Grocery Store, Jersey City Mayor Says Two of the victims worked at the store, and a third was a customer; officials identify the shooters as David Anderson and.Read More
S ix people — a police officer, three civilians, and two gunmen — were killed during a violent, four-hour shootout Tuesday. Police said “hundreds” of rounds of gunfire were exchanged as two gunmen fired from a Jersey City kosher grocery store located next to the Greenville Beis Midrash and a nearby yeshiva.Read More
JERSEY CITY — The JC Kosher Supermarket sits on a block that appears the portrait of the American cultural melting pot. Across the street is a Catholic parish. A few storefronts away in one.Read More
Newly released bodycam footage shows an armed cop shooting from a window during a gunfight with anti-Semitic attackers who killed three at Jersey City kosher grocery in December.Read More
The kosher grocery is a central fixture in a growing community of Orthodox Jews who have been moving to Jersey City in recent years and settling in what was a mostly black section of Jersey City.Read More
JERSEY CITY, New Jersey -- Authorities have released bodycam footage of last year's deadly shootout in Jersey City that left a police officer, three civilians and the two suspects dead. The seven.Read More
Newly released video from a fatal shootout at a kosher grocery store in Jersey City shows the moment one of the shooters exited the van he drove there, took three steps and raised a long gun before entering the market, sending passersby scattering away from the shop.Read More
JTA. Two months after his wife was murdered in the attack on the city’s only Kosher grocery store, owner Moshe Ferencz was back behind the counter this week. The store, which has partially reopened in a new location, still doesn’t have regular hours. But the reopening signals an important moment for Jersey City’s small but growing community of Orthodox Jews.Read More
While the store was closed, this city’s Hasidic community received twice weekly free deliveries from Peppermint, a kosher grocery store in the upstate New York Hasidic town of Kiryas Joel, more.Read More