This video from Washington, the capital of the USA, says about itself:
Rabbi Brous takes the stage at the Women’s March on Washington before a crowd of hundreds of thousands as part of a lineup of activists, faith & community leaders and entertainers. Grateful to Henry J. Bernstein for his video editing savvy.
By BFSkinner in the USA:
Rabbis speak out against tRump
Monday Dec 04, 2017 · 8:26 AM
At an interfaith event several Rabbis did not hold back.
The comments were in response to tRump using fake/unverified videos to spread hate against Muslims.
“I speak to you today as a rabbi and as a Jew,” said IKAR Rabbi Sharon Brous. “My people know all too well the dangers of fascist regimes that rise to power through stigmatization and the scapegoating of vulnerable minority populations. We will not shrug this off as yet another reckless act from a reckless administration.”
“The hatred that was spewed out by the president earlier this week can only be combated with this kind of love,” Comess-Daniels said.
“As a Jewish person there is no question where we need to be right now. We need to be standing with our Muslim sisters and brothers and comforting you and letting you know that though there is so much care and love and protection for you,” she said.
The whole story can be found here.
We all must unite together, Jew and gentile, Muslim and Atheist, against tRump.
From Newsweek in the USA:
By Cristina Maza
11/29/17 at 5:00 AM
Progressive Americans must unite against President Donald Trump to fight anti-Semitism regardless of their views on Israel, a prominent and controversial Muslim activist said at a conference on anti-Semitism at the New School on Tuesday.
“Anti-Semitism is real, it’s pervasive, and it’s institutionalized in this administration,” Linda Sarsour told Newsweek during a private conversation at the event, dubbed “Anti-Semitism and the Struggle for Justice.” “The progressive movement has to take combating anti-Semitism seriously and put it as part of the agenda we are all working towards.
“There are actual anti-Semites who have some of the most powerful positions in this country,” she added. “So that’s real, and it’s scary. We need to all be clear that we have to stand together to fight this administration, and whatever our political differences are on some Middle Eastern conflict cannot be the reason why we organize or don’t organize together. There is a bigger fight to have.
Sarsour is a Palestinian-American political activist from New York who has won numerous awards for her advocacy on behalf of American Muslims and as a co-chair of the Women’s March that became the face of the Trump “resistance”.