A group of Jewish and Muslim women, including the city’s only female rabbi, have defiantly come together to remove antisemitic graffiti which appeared overnight on a wall in Billesley in Birmingham, transforming it into positive art depicting a rainbow.
The message was spraypainted in red on the Kotel HaKatan, or “little Western Wall,” a section of the Western Wall located in the Muslim Quarter
She added that there is no contradiction between Jesus being both Jewish and Palestinian.
More than $60,000 of that total was raised by the Tree of Life congregation, which was targeted by an anti-Semitic gunman five months prior.
“This is what our religions expect from us. We believe that the religious community can be a part of the solution.”
Writer-at-Large Jane Eisner argues that when large, powerful countries intern minority groups, its our responsibility as Jews to do something.
Meanwhile, 45 percent of the Muslim-American respondents had favorable views of Jews and just 10 percent had negative views.
“[Omar] is a danger to American society and your hotel,” the voicemail said. “You are not to allow her foot into there if you value your own safety.”
Mustafa Farouk: “Recent comments by an individual do not represent the views of the Muslims of New Zealand.”
The mosque’s imam said in his sermon that the moment showed “light can come out of darkness.”