Wounded rabbi pleads for individuals to stand up to anti-Semitism by filling temples

Rabbi Goldstein
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Executive Director Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein, who was shot in the hands, walks towards a press conference

Responding to the rabbi wounded in the shooting at a Southern California synagogue, scores of an individual have been filling temples coast to coastline to protest anti-Semitism.

Following the rampage Saturday during the Chabad of Poway synagogue near north park, Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein, who had been simply shot in both hands on the attack, delivered a plea for Jewish people to pack houses of worship this Friday and Saturday.

On Tuesday, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) stated that the Jewish community in the Unitest States experienced a near-historic levels of anti-Semitism in 2018, with attacks against Jews and Jewish organizations doubling in number. The ADL recorded 1,879 anti-Semitic incidents in the united states in 2018, the third-highest year on record since the organization began monitoring such information within the 1970s.

Another planned terrorist attack by a man in Los Angeles area: When will these acts of violence stop?

Army veteran Mark Steven Domingo, 26, in an undated California Department of Motor Vehicles photo released by the U.S. Justice Department

A U.S. Army veteran who fought in Afghanistan conspired to stage an attack that is terrorist a planned white supremacist rally with the intent of inflicting mass casualties in the Los Angeles area, based on federal prosecutors.

Mark Steven Domingo, 26, was arrested final Friday after he received what he believed had been a live bomb that Domingo intended to detonate at a more prolonged Beach rally scheduled for Sunday. The supposed improvised explosive device was sent to Domingo by the undercover law enforcement officer.

The police charged Domingo with attempting and providing to provide material support to terrorists.

Based on an affidavit, Domingo actively talked about by having an FBI informant the possibility of attacking several possible sites, targeting Jews, cops, churches and a National Guard Armory before settling on the Long Beach rally.