Poway synagogue shooting

What is the situation of American Jews, if Trump needed to issue an EO?

Aspects of the executive order promoted feverish denunciation by Jewish left-wingers, who vehemently objected to Jewishness being attributed to nationhood in any way.

Chabad of Poway
Poway shooting survivor sues synagogue, citing lax security

Officials at Chabad of Poway did not immediately return an emailed request seeking comment on the lawsuit.

By EMMANUEL MORGAN/TNS
08/12/2019
Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein, injured in the recent shooting at the synagogue in Poway
Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein retires seven months after Chabad of Poway attack

Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein, 58, who founded the Chabad of Poway in 1996, retired this week, the synagogue announced.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
18/11/2019
Washington Watch: Bad inspiration

“Why did you come here and invade my country?” a 61-year-old white man shouted at Mahoud Villalaz in Milwaukee this weekend before tossing battery acid in his face and eyes.

Governor Wolf Joins Pittsburgh in Mourning After Tragic Shooting in the Tree of Life Synagogue
The threats to our synagogues are even greater, one year after the Pittsburgh massacre

Unfortunately, the risks haven’t diminished – to the contrary, they have increased for synagogues, schools and community centers across the country.

By ALLEN FAGIN
28/10/2019
A year post-Pittsburgh, we must combat antisemitism, unify and secure Jewish people

The Jewish Agency is hardly alone in this pursuit, as we are working with various Jewish organizations as our partners in combating antisemitism.

The American synagogue as a fortress

The Jewish community’s own wellbeing, and America’s future as an example of compassion, democracy and freedom to the world depend on it.

By JOSHUA M. DAVIDSON
21/10/2019
California establishes fund to protect nonprofits from hate crimes

AB-1548, partially catalyzed by the deadly Poway synagogue shooting in April, establishes a fund that provides up to $200,000 for security measures to protect “high risk” nonprofits.

By JTA
12/10/2019
ADL: There is a link between extremists in Europe and in the US

“Halle, Christchurch, Poway and Pittsburgh did not happen in a vacuum, and these attacks share important elements," said ADL CEO Jonathan A. Greenblatt.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
13/10/2019
Members of White Supremacy groups gather in West Allis, Wisconsin.
White supremacy a major domestic terror threat, DHS says

This decision is a first for the department, which was created in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks and has primarily focused thus far on foreign security threats.

26/09/2019
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