1/5/2020, Multi-Cultural Solidarity Against anti-Semitism

Language Translation Available – see Top of Left Column.

In followup to a story we published in December of 2019 titled “Inside the Mind…Black Hebrew Israelites,” an estimated 25,000 people marched in New York City – representing a diversity of religions – to make a very strong showing of solidarity against anti-Semitic attacks.

“An attack on any house of worship is an attack on all houses of worship” said Ismael Claudio, Bishop of the Pentecostal Church of Jesus Christ in Brooklyn.

CREDIT, source for this January 2020 update to our December 2019 story, is USA Today

Here are some quotes from that USA Today article:

  • “a Dramatic show of cross-faith unity after a string of bloody anti-Semitic attacks in the region.”
  • “The attack in Monsey, New York on December 28 targeted a Hanukkah celebration. That incident followed an early December shooting rampage at a kosher supermarket in Jersey City, New Jersey. The onslaught joined a growing list of recent assaults on Jewish sites across the USA.”
  • “I am standing with my Jewish brothers and sisters. Today it’s them: tomorrow, might be us.”
  • “No Hate, No Fear”

To read the full article on USA Today which is the source of this update on TYAJesus, click here.

To read the related story which originally published last month on ThereYouAreJesus.com also known as TYAJesus, click here.

Thousands gathered for the "No Hate, No Fear Solidarity March" in New York City Sunday. The rally comes after last weekend's stabbing attack at a Hanukkah celebration in Monsey, New York.

My purpose in giving you these two reports, dated December 2019 and January 2020, is to shed light on a problem that I see. If I see a problem and don’t report it, what good is that? If we see something, we should say something.

God is not racist and neither should we. God is love, which we can all feel in our heart. God’s concern is with what each one of us feels in our heart.

If you would like to contact me, please message directly through the Facebook page for TYAJesus.com. Comments may be used in future posts unless specifically requested otherwise. All requests are honored.

Thank you, John Levay