The Seattle Jewish Federation had never blocked one of his donations. But they said IfNotNow goes against their goal of a “cohesive Jewish community.”
They feature an illustration of “The Squad” and include the words “Send them back.”
The original post included “violent calls to action in addition to nonviolent content,” and one comment features an ethnic slur about his son.
Headstones have been defaced, and needles and other drug paraphernalia, as well as human feces, have been found on and among the tombstones.
Two glorious minutes of an adult man failing to tear up a sign in half.
The Jewish community says homeless people who have set up camp in and around the cemeteries, leaving behind feces and drug paraphernalia.
“Whether we coordinated the actual punch or not, I, for one, applaud the anonymous hero,” a Twitter user said.
Vandals scrawled graffiti claiming the Holocaust was “fake history” on an exterior wall of a Seattle synagogue, leading the rabbi to urge President Donald Trump to more forcefully denounce a wave of anti-Semitic incidents in recent months.
The ‘alt-right’ fellow traveler and Breitbart tech editor was speaking at the University of Washington when an anti-fascist demonstrator was shot by an assailant claiming self-defense.
WASHINGTON (JTA) — A prominent Jewish Republican donor is no longer backing Donald Trump, saying his support made him unpopular in Seattle’s Jewish community. “Do you know what it’s like being a Jewish Republican in Seattle?” Martin Selig, a developer and a member of the Republican Jewish Coalition board, told the Seattle Times this week….