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A year after Jews were slaughtered in synagogues in America, and anti-semticism is rising, rabbis have something to say on #RoshHashanah  - it’s a new year. Shana Tovah. May it be a good and sweet one. forward.com/news/432346/we…
“I will be speaking on “Now what? What have we learned and where do we go from here?” said Rabbi Jeffrey Myers of Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life synagogue, where the first of the two deadly shootings happened.” The names of the 11 murdered will be remembererd as martyrs, he added.
“The hardest part is trying to distill a clear, values-based message that rises above current political discourse, while not running away from the cry of the moment,” said Rabbi Joshua Hammerman of Temple Beth El in Stamford, Conn.
At the same time, Rabbi Ron Stern of Stephen Wise Temple in Los Angeles said it is “difficult because I can’t say what I really want” about the Trump administration.
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