More anti-Semitic leaflets were found in homes in Nassau County on Sunday. This time it was in the village neighborhood of Freeport.
Freeport neighbors said they were upset by the findings.
“Everyone has the right to have their own religion.
People in the Freeport area found bags containing leaflets that residents described as hateful and anti-Semitic content.
Each bag was clearly labeled as “randomly delivered” rather than targeted to the area.
Hempstead Alderman Anthony Desposito said he received a call from a rabbi about the recent incident.
“I think people will be worried and scared when they leave their homes and find that someone or more people have left something on your property and come all night to express their hatred,” said D’ Esposito said.
Police are actively investigating these incidents and looking for those responsible.
Fryer refers to the Goyim Defense League, a group that the Anti-Defamation League has identified as an anti-Semitic hate group.
“I think we should find out who is distributing it and stop it because it is annoying,” says Stuhlinger.
Police are searching for those responsible, but officials said they are stepping up police patrols, especially around the synagogue.