In response to Nessah synagogue in Beverly Hills being vandalized the Israeli-American Civic Action Network (“ICAN”) is calling on local leaders, elected officials, law enforcement, and members of the Persian Jewish, Israeli-American, Russian Jewish and American Jewish communities to stand together to confront this hate and to work together to fight the rising tide of anti-Semitism.
“Enough is enough, from the East Coast to the West Coast, Jewish communities are under attack,” said Vered Nisim, ICAN California Chairwoman. “Just a few days ago Jews were killed in Jersey City, and now today this vandalism, how many Jews have to die and how many synagogues have to be destroyed before serious action is taken?”
“California community and elected leaders need to take a closer look at what is driving this recent rise in anti-Semitism. Teachers need to engage their students. And all of us need to work together to improve anti-Semitism awareness, increase security, and promote cross-community engagement to foster mutual respect and tolerance,” added Nisim.
In response, ICAN will be calling for a town hall meeting before the end of 2019.