The man was able to move out of the choke-hold and "started screaming for help and he was saying "you don't need help, I need to kill you".
The victim suffered a cracked rib, and had swelling, bruising and scratches all over his body.
"All of the time [the attacker was] saying 'I hate you Jews.get out of my neighborhood, '" Moskowitz told PIX11.
Moskowitz said he walked away from the man quickly but that the assailant caught him and put him in a chokehold and threatened to kill him.
"Two nurses who saw the attack intervened and separated the man from me and told me to go, to run away, they didn't even bother calling police", said the victim.
A 42-year-old Orthodox Jewish man was assaulted on April 14 around 3 p.m. on Eastern Parkway near New York Avenue, according to police.
Two men can be seen coming to help Moskowitz in the video.
The Brooklyn community is rallying to decry hate after two attacks on Jewish men in Crown Heights in the past ten days.
The Anti-Defamation League announced on Sunday that it is offering $5,000 rewards for information leading to the arrests and convictions of the individuals responsible for both attacks.
It was the second attack against Jewish men in the neighborhood within a week.
Evan R. Bernstein, ADL New York Regional Director, urged the Crown Heights community to "stand together in the wake of these vicious attacks as the NYPD conducts thorough investigations".
The ADL says there were 11 incidents of assaults motivated by anti-Semitism across New York State in 2017, seven of which occurred in Brooklyn.
The NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating Saturday's attack. Statewide, incidents of anti-Semitism jumped over 90 percent in 2017.