Hudson Valley Jewish leaders work to make worshipers feel safe after Pittsburgh massacre
“It’s safe to come here,” said Rabbi Lester Bronstein of Bet Am Shalom in White Plains. “It’s always been safe to come here and it will continue to be safe.”
Bronstein is also calling on religious and political leaders to be aware of anti-Semitic rhetoric.
“We’re never going to move forward if we don’t train ourselves to be more ‘menschlic’ in the way we speak and then to demand of all our leaders that decency be the tone going forward,” Bronstein said.
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