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Trump calls for unity two weeks before U.S. election.
Most of the 162 bomb threats are suspected of coming from an American-Israeli Jewish man living in Ashdod, Israel.
It was the third attempt to infiltrate a court house with bomb in two months.
With the suspect of last year's wave of bomb threats currently behind bars, who is behind the scares now?
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Juan Thompson, 32, is set to appear in court next Monday morning to enter a guilty plea, according to the letter, submitted by Acting US Attorney Joon Kim in Manhattan.
The US may request the suspect be extradited.
By JTA,JPOST.COM STAFF,DANIELLE ZIRI
House members are calling for increased funding for Jewish institutions following the alarming uptick in antisemitism that has threatened Jewish community centers across the US recently.
US Attorney-General met with JCC leaders this week to continue the discussion about the ongoing bomb threat that still looms over the community centers.
The scare spree made international headlines and prompted the president to open his first address to a joint session of Congress with a robust condemnation of antisemitism.
By MICHAEL WILNER
The interactive map, which was created by an investigative journalism organization, chronicles more than 150 antisemitic crimes committed across the US in the past months.
Nine of the threats were sent or called in on Tuesday and the remaining five, affecting JCCs in Colorado, Delaware, Connecticut and Vancouver, Canada, took place Wednesday.
By DANIELLE ZIRI
More than 100 Jewish institutions, mostly JCCs, have received bomb threats since the beginning of the year.
A 31-year-old man from St. Louis, Missouri was arrested on suspicion of calling in at least 8 bomb threats to various Jewish centers and institutions.
By MICHAEL WILNER,DANIELLE ZIRI
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