|Lori Gilbert-Kaye, can her memory be a blessing, murdered as a Jew|
A few days ago was the Holocaust Remembrance Day, the day we celebrate the killing of one of the 3 living Jews on Earth before the Second World War. A week ago he saw another murder for the crime of Jewish existence, this time in California. Before that, it was Pittsburgh. Although I can not do much about this, at least I can direct your attention to these three pieces that try to knit them all together
Daniella Greenbaum Davis, at The Spectator, about the new normal anti-Semitism.
Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein, at The New York Times, about how he was almost killed by a terrorist last week has influenced his determination.
Carly Pidlis, in the Tablet magazine, on how Jews can no longer view themselves as safe in America.