As the mob violence at the United States Capitol died down later Wednesday evening, right-wing rioters remained in front of the building to bask in what they saw as the glory of a day that will likely go down as one of the darkest in American history. Even as people around the country saw an unruly mob attacking the redoubts of democracy, the participants themselves saw themselves as heroic defenders of the president and America.
Sixth & I Historic Synagogue in D.C. is offering congregants a chance to commune with their famous coreligionists — in corrugated form.
In mid-April, Little Sesame teamed up with Chef Jose Andres Nonprofit organization, World Central Kitchen.
The synagogue and cultural center said the vandalism contained a swastika and anti-Semitic language.
One of the lead organizers state that it was “beautiful to see the Jewish and Latinx communities come together” for a united fight
“[M]ore than one child was a victim of sexual abuse by the alleged maltreator” at Washington Hebrew Congregation.
Some would-be marchers carrying the Jewish Pride flag were turned away by marshals at an entrance point to the march.
Flags with Jewish stars are not allowed, but Palestinian flags are accepted.
“We were there to teach, to teach the truth of the Bible, to show them our real history,” on Hebrew Israelite told the Post.
Jexit is believed to stand for Jews Exit, a play on Brexit, which stands for Britain’s exiting the European Union.