Man of Jewish origin and his teenage son were seriously injured when exiting a synagogue in Brooklyn.
Father 45 years and his 18-year-old son early Sunday morning, September 1, came into conflict with the three men who were drinking near the synagogue. During the dispute one of the drunk men pulled out a knife and stabbed the father a shot in the arm and neck, and hit his son in the neck and abdomen. Both victims were immediately hospitalized. Their condition is estimated as serious but stable.
One of the criminals have found and have detained. He was charged on assault, disorderly conduct and harassment. The police believes that the attack was a planned crime.