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According to reports, the suspect punched the victim in the eye while exclaiming “[Expletive] you Jews. I’m a Muslim.” The suspect fled the scene on a razor scooter, police said.The three major Jewish centers are Tashkent (13,000), Samarkand (3,000), and Bukhara (2,000).

Update as of 12/2/15: After unscrambling a message left behind by the arsonist at the scene of a Nov.The Stanford Libraries will be closed for Winter Break from December 23rd through January 7th.All Search Works inquiries submitted during the closure will not be read until January 8th.He described standing with his non-Jewish neighbors and watching a site on the corner of his block collapse and burn to the ground. “These fires are started in the dead of night in a neighborhood with many children and elderly individuals.This is a life-threatening situation.” Allan S., a non-Bukharian member of the Forest Hills Jewish community who preferred to use his first name because he didn't want to be a target of any reprisal, referred to the eerily similar profiles of the torched homes’ owners as the “elephant in the room.” “It’s obvious that there’s something in common between the different properties attacked,” he said, adding that the neighborhood, albeit largely Bukharian, is also ethnically diverse. The neighborhood is scared to death.” Evan Bernstein, the Anti-Defamation League’s New York regional director said that while he understands that it’s too early to determine the motive behind the attacks, “the fact that seven separate fires took place in the same vicinity is deeply troubling, and we are confident that law enforcement will investigate these incidents as potential hate crimes.” In response to the string of fires, about 20 members of the Bukharian Jewish community, as well as several other concerned neighbors, met at the local Bukharian Community Center on Sunday.

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