They warned of potential protests, which might escalate into violence, with Israelis and Jews potentially being targeted. Daily Express US spoke with Jewish individuals in New York to gauge their reactions as the "Day of Rage" commences. A 32-year-old Jewish lawyer, who preferred to remain anonymous, said: "It's the first time living in New York City that I've felt unsafe. He stated: "I feel unsafe, and I'm very worried that something's gonna happen to me either on the subway or out on the street when I'm at work. But I'm wearing my kippah proudly because not wearing it would mean that their day of hate has won."