Bullet fired at Brooklyn synagogue on Shabbat, no injuries

Shot fired at Khal Zichron Mordechai Synagogue on Saturday afternoon when house of worship was closed; no suspects arrested

The Khal Zichron Menachem Synagogue in Brooklyn (Google Maps)
The Khal Zichron Menachem Synagogue in Brooklyn (Google Maps)

A bullet was fired at the Khal Zichron Mordechai synagogue in Brooklyn over the weekend, the New York Post reported Sunday. There were no reports of injuries.

A bullet hole was discovered in one of the windows on Saturday night. Police examined surveillance footage and discovered the shot was fired at 3 p.m. on Saturday afternoon, the Post reported.

The synagogue, on Nostrand Avenue, was closed at the time.

Police have not apprehended a suspect.

Recent weeks have seen a spike in antisemitic activity across the US, largely linked to the recent fighting between Israel and terror groups in Gaza. However, New York City has seen dozens of antisemitic attacks in recent years.

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