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‘Hate can’t stop us’: Boston’s Shaloh House fights back after anti-Semitic attack
July 28, 2021
The incident is a reminder to “embrace each other and our history,” says Lori Palatnik of the Jewish organization Momentum. “Now at a time when no Jew is imprisoned; our only prison is ignorance of our own history. Now it’s no longer ‘let my people go.’ Now it’s got to be ‘let my people know.’ ”
Americans for Peace and Tolerance
Charles Jacobs and Avi Goldwasser
July 16, 2021
The Boston stabbing of a rabbi was inevitable
Full of good intentions, Jewish leaders decided to embrace the radical Islamic Society of Boston and its Roxbury mega-mosque. They ignored the facts and adopted the comfortable path of “interfaith dialogue.”
After Boston Chabad rabbi stabbed, Jewish community ‘angry’ and ‘united’
July 2, 2021
“At a time of rising violence anti-Semitism across this country no Jew, no building, no part of our community, no neighborhood will stand alone,” said the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston’s executive director Jeremy Burton.
Chabad rabbi stabbed outside Boston day school
July 1, 2021
The rabbi is being treated at a hospital and remains in stable condition. Police arrested the male attacker; a firearm and knife were found.