‘Hate will not win’: Rabbi says firebombed New Jersey synagogue back to routine
New Jersey synagogue that was hit with a Molotov cocktail resumed daily activities on Monday, as law enforcement searched for the suspected antisemitic attacker.
Temple Ner Tamid in the town of Bloomfield canceled all events and classes on Sunday after the attack as it assisted law enforcement to respond. There were no injuries or damage in the incident.
“There’s a little bit of heaviness about today, as one would expect, but I was heartened to see that our building is full again with preschoolers learning,” Ner Tamid’s Rabbi Marc Katz said on Monday. “From what I’m finding, people are not going to let this scare them away from educating their children, from finding spiritual connection, from finding community.”
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