Worshipers remember ‘Night of Broken Glass’ in Tenafly
Dozens of Jews and Catholics Jewish community gathered Friday night to stand against hate and mark the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht.
Kristallnacht, also known as the “Night of Broken Glass,” was a pogrom against Jews throughout Nazi Germany in November 1938 that left hundreds dead and marked the beginning of the Holocaust.
“We will not allow that to happen and that hatred, antisemitism, bigotry is wrong. And not just wrong by the perspective of one faith but all faiths,” said Rabbi Jordan Millstein.
“We want our brothers and sisters to know we are with them in this,” said Daniel O’Neill, Pastor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. “We are with them 100%.”
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