Anti-Semitic Attack in Sweden



Late last night, a Jewish community building in Malmö, Sweden was attacked. Although, thankfully, no one was injured, Rabbi Saperstein reminds us, “Last night’s attack serves as a bitter reminder of the anti-Semitism that has plagued that community for too long.” Our thoughts and prayers are with the members of the Malmö community, who have known too many incidents of violence directed at its members and institutions.

Read Rabbi Saperstein’s full statement here.

Photo courtesy of AFP.

 

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Katharine Nasielski

About Katharine Nasielski

Katharine Burd Nasielski is the Communications Associate at the RAC and was an Eisendrath Legislative Assistant from 2011-2012. She graduated in 2011 from Northwestern University and is originally from Philadelphia, PA where she is a member of Society Hill Synagogue.

2 Responses to “Anti-Semitic Attack in Sweden”

  1. we are asked to sign multiple petitions, Why can’t one be set up and sent to the Jewish Community in Sweden to let them know that many of us want them to be safe and be able to live with decreased problems and increased strength and happiness.

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