San Diego Anti-Defamation League Reacts To Increase In Anti-Semitic Violence
Tuesday, December 31, 2019
Last April's deadly shooting on Jewish worshippers at a Poway synagogue has been followed by dozens of attacks against the Jewish community across the country.
The most recent was an attack by a man with a machete at a rabbi's home in New York last Saturday. Five people were hurt and prosecutors have charged the suspect with federal hate crime charges. One Jewish leader said it can feel like "open hunting season on Jews" and called for much more to be done to stem the violence.
Following the recent attacks, does the local Jewish community feel enough is being done to protect them?
On Midday Edition, we speak with Lindsey Zipkin of the San Diego chapter of the Anti-Defamation League to get some answers.
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