Greenfield, Pittsburgh, PA – A group of Jewish teens was harassed on Saturday, Jan. 14 while leaving B’nai Emunoh Chabad at 4315 Murray Avenue in Greenfield.
According to a witness who wished to remain anonymous, a group of Black teenagers began to harass the Jewish teens as they left the Chabad center at approximately 6:30 p.m.
“They got very loud,” the eyewitness reported. “They started laughing and said, ‘effing’ something. Another one made a comment to one of the Jewish boys. They said something like, ‘You Jews have got all the money.’ I thought it might escalate, but the Black teenagers got on the 93 bus to Hazelwood.”
While the incident left a lasting impression on the witness, he said he spoke to the Jewish teens the next day, and they didn’t think it was a big deal.
The witness reported the incident to the Zone 4 Pittsburgh Police.