An Orthodox Jewish man was brutally assaulted in Crown Heights on Wednesday afternoon.

Surveillance video of the incident, posted to Twitter by Crown Heights Shomrim, shows the assailants beating the man as he sat inside his car, causing significant injuries to his face.

After being hit more than ten times, the gang fled the scene.

Yeshiva World News reported that the victim is Yossy Hershkop, a well-known community activist. He was transported by Hatzalah to the hospital following the attack and is in stable condition.

The incident took place in front of the victim’s five-year-old son.

The NYPD and Shomrim are searching for the vehicle, and have asked the community to be on the lookout for a silver color Sedan with its back left window smashed and covered with a plastic bag.

The incident is the latest in a series of antisemitic incidents in Brooklyn.

Last month, two teenagers were arrested for the brutal assault of an 18-year-old Jewish man in Brooklyn in May.

The two allegedly attempted to force the victim to say “Free Palestine.” When he refused, they punched him, the New York Daily News reported.

In another incident which took place in May, a vandal drew a swastika on a signal box in front of a yeshiva in Brooklyn.