Continues attacks on Jewish community; asks for protection

Continues attacks on Jewish community; asks for protection

A person in the home of a priest celebrating Hanukkah and killed five people, it was soon after anti-Semitic assaults in the nation’s diverse demographically distinct distance and an event that reflected across the nation.

Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt stated, “Again, here we are: mourning another act of senseless anti-Semitic violence committed against our community and praying for those who were the victims of this hate.”

“This is at least the 10th anti-Semitic incident to hit the New York/New Jersey area in just the last week. When will enough be enough? These heinous attacks make something abundantly clear: The Jewish community needs greater protection,” Greenblatt added.

The wave of high-profile assaults on the Jewish inhabitants, along with shooting violence at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh in October 2018, and others in the nation.

The main access to the B’nai Jacob Synagogue in Middletown, Pennsylvania, locked on Sunday during congregants observed Hanukkah and carried a moment of silence for the martyrs at Monsey’s Netzach Yisroel synagogue.

The assemblage by Middletown will be establishing new security cameras Monday, stated the synagogue’s guardian, HorrisToser.
“So far, they’ve only shot our windows with BB guns, but you never know these days,” Toser stated.

He added, “I’ve never heard of so many anti-Semitic attacks as I hear about these days. My parents talked a lot about it during the (World War II) war. It’s very sad.”

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