The U-S Attorney General vowed to Brooklyn leaders to get to the bottom of the Monsey Hanukkah attack and another stabbing incident in Monsey last November. News 12 says Attorney General William Barr met with Jewish leaders in Brooklyn earlier this week promising to fight the recent uptick in hate crimes in the area. Reportedly, no politicians or representatives from outside the city attended the meeting. Barr has reportedly told all U.S. Attorney General’s Offices to have points of contacts in their local Jewish communities to make hate-crime reporting more efficient. According to News 12, Barr also stressed the importance of religious freedom in schools and indicated religious schools should have control over their own curriculum.