JUST IN: Synagogue Vandalized in Tucson, Arizona
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A synagogue in Tucson, Arizona was targeted by anti-Semitic thugs today.
“I’m a complete mess in tears as I wrote this,” State Rep. Alma Hernandez wrote on Twitter. “I just got off the phone with my Rabbi. Our synagogue was vandalized.”
Unknown thugs threw a rock through a glass door.
“This was not an accident,” she wrote. “Send prayers our way. It’s just the beginning.”
The vandalism happened at Congregation Chaverim at some point between 8:30 p.m. Tuesday and 8 a.m. Wednesday, according to the Tucson Police Department.
“Someone deliberately, purposefully went to do this,” she told the Arizona Republic. “That’s what’s so unsettling and makes us feel so unsafe.”
The Todd Starnes Radio Show is hosting a “Stand With Israel” rally on Thursday, May 20th at B’rit Hadasha Synagogue in Memphis. Click here for more information.
I’m a complete mess in tears as I write this. I just got off the phone with my Rabbi our synagogue was vandalized someone through a rock at our glass door. This was NOT and accident! I feel numb. This is in #tucson Send prayers our way. It’s just the beginning 😪 #Antisemitism pic.twitter.com/YFZCL3tgFM— (((Rep.Alma Hernandez MPH)))🧼🤚🏽 (@almaforarizona) May 19, 2021