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Antisemitic Flyers and Messages Target Monsey Family Business After Displaying Israeli Flag

Ramapo Police are investigating a disturbing incident of antisemitic harassment targeting a family-owned business in Monsey, New York. The Monsey Service Station, which recently displayed an Israeli flag, has been subjected to hateful flyers and messages, according to a report by News 12.

Lauren Pepper, daughter of the owner, spoke out against the vile attacks, saying, “We’re proud Jewish people here. My father was born in Israel, and I’m a second-generation survivor of the Holocaust.” Despite the intimidation, Pepper vowed to stand strong, saying, “No one is going to run me out of business. I won’t stand for any hatred at all, not just for us but for everybody.”

In an interview with News 12, Pepper expressed her dismay and fear, saying, “It’s disheartening and frightening to see such messages in our community. We have always taken pride in our heritage and our role in this town.” The incident has sparked outrage and concern among the local community, with many rallying in support of the Monsey Service Station and condemning the antisemitic attacks.

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