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Watch Museum of Tolerance rabbis call on the President to federalize, and black leaders to condemn, anti-Jewish bias attacks

Mr. Josef Gluck, saved the license plate number of the attempted massacrist, Grafton Thomas, who was influenced by Black Liberation extremism, as were the attackers of yeshiva-adjacent grocery in Jersey City, according to a neighbor

Rabbi Marvin Hier calls on Pres Trump
to involve Feds in hate-crime policing

Los Angeles, December 30 -  Rabbi Marvin Hier, founder and dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center will be urging President Trump to instruct the FBI to create a special task force in wake of unending attacks against Jews and their religious institutions. The latest attack was a violent machete slashing attack against Jewish worshipers in Monsey, New York at a Hankuah party on Saturday night.

The New York Post Editorial Board's Op/Ed today names causes for NYC's 8, minority-inflicted assaults on Jewish people in NYC Metro area:"

"The mayor (DeBlasio) skirts over the true culprits, such as: The city’s (and state’s) failure to address serious mental illness. A lawyer for alleged Monsey stabber Grafton Thomas says he has “a long history” of hospitalizations.

New York’s growing softness on crime. As The Post reported Saturday, the state’s new no-bail law will mean a quick get-out-of-jail-free card for all but one of the accused attackers in the eight anti-Jewish crimes in the city last week. Tiffany Harris is the rule, not the exception.

“You have to beat the hell out of somebody — or murder them — for there to be any consequences,” laments Dov Hikind of Americans Against Anti-Semitism.

Jew-hatred among some blacks, which de Blasio, Gov. Cuomo and other Democrats refuse to call out by name. Some black leaders even promote anti-Semitism...
The attacks on Jews in New York during Hanukah and the vandalism in Los Angeles of Nessah Synagogue and numerous spurred automobiles inspired Simon Wiesenthal Center dean Rabbi Marvin Hier to call for the FBI to confront anti-Semites in greater priority. 

Rabbi Marvin Hier, dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center,  urges Pres. Trump assign federal intervention to avert violence against Jewish people, places, and possessions.


 

Rabbi Hier responded to reporters' questions, including JooTube's inquiring about the Black establishment legitimizing Nation of Islam's Louis Farrakhan's dogma, and the Democratic Party leadership embracing of Muslim anti-Zionists, Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib.

L.A.'s Nessah synagogue accused-ransacker, Russian-Pennsylvanian Anton Redding, may have been among the tens of thousands who watched Furry Potato's revealing of synagogues' security vulnerabilities and taunting guards on YouTube




Wiesenthal Center's Executive Director, Rabbi Meyer May, calls on the Chairperson of the Congressional Black Caucus, Rep. Karen Bass, who is the Museum of Tolerance district House Representative, as well as faith leaders and anti-racism activists among minority communities, to issue public denouncements of racist violence and crimes against Jewish people from all of their peoples-of-color.


In view of the spate of antisemitic attacks on orthodox Jews by people-of-color, Wiesenthal Center's Executive Director, Rabbi Meyer H. May calls upon Rep. Karen Bass and black faith-leaders to take a public stand denouncing hate towards Jewish people.

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2 comments:

DemoCaster said...

"Leading Black, Jewish Legislators in US Congress Unite in Condemnation of Antisemitic Attack in Monsey" in The Algemeiner, 12/30/19
“We condemn in the strongest possible terms the antisemitic attack in Rabbi Chaim Rottenberg’s home in Monsey, New York, during the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah,” the statement read. “This surge in antisemitic attacks is a disturbing trend both here in the United States and abroad. We cannot tolerate these discriminatory, hateful, and cowardly acts. We stand with the victims in Monsey, their families, and the entire Jewish community who have been victims of violent attacks during Hanukkah, a holiday that celebrates religious freedom.”

The statement was signed by veteran civil rights leader Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) — who announced on Sunday that he had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer — along with Caucus Co-Chairs Rep. Brenda Lawrence (D-MI) and Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), Rep. Will Hurd (R-TX) and Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY).

https://www.algemeiner.com/2019/12/30/leading-black-jewish-legislators-in-us-congress-unite-in-condemnation-of-antisemitic-attack-in-monsey

DemoCaster said...

P Berman asks on Algemeiner: "Where is the Black Congressional Caucus ? Where are the Jewish, House leaders of the impeachment circus ? Where are faith leaders throughout the nation?"