Jewish community centers receive more bomb threats

Jewish community centers receive more bomb threats

Jewish community centers receive more bomb threats

The Mandel Jewish Community Center in Beachwood was among those receiving an email bomb threat on March 12.

New York Governor Cuomo called the threat against the Brighton Jewish Community Center "a despicable and cowardly act", adding that it would not be tolerated.

In the past week there have been two bomb threats at the Jewish Community Center in Brighton.

The building reopened around 11 a.m.

It received its first threat on Tuesday and the center declared: "We will remain open". "These threats cause disruption".

Both threats are being investigated by police, which has stepped up patrols of Jewish community centres over the last week, the Jewish Federation of Greater Vancouver said in a statement.

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The umbrella organization is changing its emergency protocol, specifically how it alerts Jewish schools, synagogues and seniors' centres in the event of a bomb threat or other risky situations. "I just wish they could find the help they need to come to peace with themselves".

"In the coming days, IMPD will work with federal partners to identify the source of this threat and hold those involved accountable".

The religious leaders said they plan to collaborate on ways to combat what they see as rising intolerance targeting individuals because of religion, race, ethnicity, gender or sexuality.

Rabbi Daniel Weiner said the message read "The Holocaust is fake history".

On Friday, vandals defaced Seattle synagogue Temple De Hirsch Sinai by spray painting Holocaust-denying graffiti onto an exterior wall.

"While we are relieved that no one has been hurt, and all calls have been hoaxes, anti-Semitism of this nature should not, and must not, be allowed to endure in our communities or to metastasize into something worse", the letter stated.

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