Twin Cities Jewish community shaken by rising anti-Semitism

It’s too early in the data gathering to call it a dramatic increase in behavior, but anecdotal evidence from those on the receiving end of it suggests the rise in anti-semitic behavior is something we should be paying attention to. Here’s the quote from a Minnetonka-based that that brings home the concern.

Our experience as a community in this country has never been that we have had to worry about an organized threat. That’s what has been unique about the last several weeks: It feels so organized and so massive.

— Rabbi David Locketz, Bet Shalom congregation

Check out this Star Tribune article for more on a congregation close to home that is under attack because of their religious beliefs.

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Stephen Montemayor, Star Tribune


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