New York and the Crisis in lsrael

New York and the Crisis in lsrael

Resources for New Yorkers Impacted by the Conflict in Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza

Governor Hochul and New York State stand with the State of Israel and all impacted by Hamas’s horrific terrorist attacks.

If you or a loved one is a U.S. Citizen in Israel and need assistance, please contact the U.S. State Department.

From the United States: Call 833-890-9595 or 606-641-0131

From Israel: Call 03-519-7426

New Yorkers will never tolerate evil — whether it's committed here in our homeland or in Israel. As Governor of the State of New York, I am so proud to govern a state that has the largest Jewish population in the world outside of Israel. And I'll continue to fight antisemitism every place it rears its ugly head.

Governor Kathy Hochul

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New York Stands with Israel

Preventing Hate Crimes and Boosting Security

Hate Has No Home Here

Hate has no place in our state. Governor Hochul continues to do whatever it takes to keep New Yorkers safe from baseless violence that stems from prejudice.

Historic investments have been made to strengthen safety and security measures at nonprofit, community-based organizations at risk of hate crimes or attacks because of their ideology, beliefs, or mission.

If you have experienced bias-motivated threats, harassment or discrimination, call the toll-free hotline 844-NO-2-HATE or text "HATE" to 81336 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday. If you need to report a crime or fear your safety, call 911 immediately.