“We do not want our family, friends and neighbors to become statistics,” the Massachusetts Board of Rabbis said in a statement.
The university’s chancellor called the vandalism a “brazen act of anti-Semitism.”
The judge ruled John Rathbun was to “unstable” to remain unmonitored at his parents’ home.
The FBI said that a white supremacist group posted online about “Jew killing day” the day before the incendiary device was placed at the home.
What Gov. Charlie Baker, who is not Jewish, had to say was the Shabbat message so many Jews are feeling.
The rabbi of the Falmouth Jewish Congregation said it’s the first such incident in his nearly 30 years leading the congregation.
Dozens of local residents and clergy gathered at the historic Fort Revere Park in Hull, Massachusetts, to protest anti-Semitic, racist graffiti.
A veteran of the Israeli military and a personal trainer, she held the man and asked passers-by to call 911, but no one was willing to get involved.
A synagogue in the coastal town of Marblehead is the target of a multi-state attack.
The teens say they have no regrets about helping a man with an anti-Semitic tattoo.