This is a developing story.
At least 11 Jewish community centers and other institutions across eight states, including Cherry Hill, received bomb threats last week, the sixth such wave since the beginning of the year. Police and Federal Bureau of Investigation are on the scene.
"NYPD is investigating the threat at the Jewish Children's Museum".
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Photos on social media show a person lying on the floor as police tape and officers cordon off part of the stations. Hundreds of passengers were evacuated from the station during the large scale police operation.
The latest threat was made on Tuesday.
"We take every threat seriously", Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday. Unfortunately anti-Semitism has been around for the longest time and I guess things don't change, now it's done by emails and phone calls.
Jewish institutions, including community centers and Anti-Defamation League offices, have been hit with more than 100 bomb threats so far this year, all of them hoaxes.
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Federal officials have been investigating more than 122 bomb threats called in to Jewish organizations in three dozen states since January 9 as well as a rash of vandalism at Jewish cemeteries, the Associated Press reported.
The letter came one day after the entire United States Senate sent a missive to not only Sessions but also Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly and FBI Director James Comey asking that more be done to address the issue.
The building is located directly across the street from Chabad-Lubavitch World Headquarters, 770 Eastern Parkway, but the movement's center was not affected by the evacuation.
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It also states, "We are appalled at extensive desecration of Jewish cemeteries, threats and vandalism against Muslim communities and mosques, and the killing of seven transgender people since the start of 2017, majority trans women of color". That building was not affected.