“Massacre the Jews, God, hit them with your sword, for they have left God, they have left the nations,” Pastor Tupirani da Hora Lores shouted at dozens of congregants.
The Kayapó chief came to prominence after leading the protests against the construction of the Belo Monte hydro-electric dam in the 1980s.
Bolsonaro has minimized the gravity of the novel coronavirus, dismissing it "a little flu," and has accused state governments of exaggerating the number of infections and deaths to undermine him.
Brazilian Jews are cooking some 400 meals each week which are distributed in Recife’s streets and poorest neighborhoods, called favelas.
With more than 35,000 lives lost, the pandemic has killed more people in Brazil than anywhere outside of the United States and the United Kingdom.
“Today was the day of infamy, national shame, and it will be remembered as the Brazilian Night of the Broken Glass."
The attacks on journalists have intensified as Bolsonaro's political situation has deteriorated under criticism of mishandling the coronavirus crisis.