Jewish Americans confront antisemitism with resolve, worry
By DAVID CRARY, HOLLY MEYER and JESSIE WARDARSKI
NEW YORK (AP) – Across the United States, many Jewish Americans are closely following the recent high-profile surge in antisemitic rhetoric and actions.
There’s a mix of anxiety and resolve in their communities. There’s also yearning that a broader swath of Americans, including leaders across the political spectrum, speak out forcefully against those who perpetrate or tolerate anti-Jewish hatred.
Pittsburgh rabbi Seth Adelson says anxiety in the Jewish community in the city is even higher than four years ago, when 11 worshippers were killed by a gunman at a synagogue near his temple.
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12/8/2022 10:42:37 AM (GMT -6:00)