Rabbinic Council of Boulder Stands United with Pueblo

The Rabbinic Council of Boulder (Haver) condemns the recent anti-Semitic attacks against the Jewish communities in Boulder and in Pueblo, Colorado.

We commend local and national law enforcement officials and the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) for their efforts to identify the man suspected of anti-Semitic actions and hate speech and thwart his alleged attack on Temple Emanuel, the second oldest synagogue in Colorado.

Haver stands in solidarity with the targets of any hate crime, religious or otherwise.

As we process these abominable acts in the Jewish community, we are grateful for the support from our friends at the Muslim Jewish Alliance of Boulder as well as from other secular and religious organizations. Together, we are at our best, and together we can create a more peaceful world.

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