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Anti-Semitic Vandals Target Jews in Sacramento

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Anti-Semitic posters were slapped on to the walls, doors and windows of Temple Or Rishon campus in Sacramento, California this past Sabbath sometime between late Friday night and Saturday morning.

Between 10 to 15 of the posters were found when members of the Orangevale congregation arrived at 8 am. Rabbi Alan Rabishaw told The Sacramento Bee they were found all around the campus, “on the outside window, the doorways, spread around… They were filled with ant-Semitic hate.”

Rabishaw said he immediately notified the Sacramento Sheriff’s department, and the FBI, but emphasized that the congregation, which numbers about 275 families, would continue its activities as usual. “We’re not in hiding, we’re not afraid,” he told the newspaper. “We just do what we do with joy and peace in our hearts.” He added that Muslim and other leaders have offered support.

Head of synagogue security Ted Blumenstein told FOX 40 TV News “There isn’t a shred of doubt this is an anti-Semitic hate crime designed to promote white supremacy.”

White supremacist flyer supporting murder of black worshipers in South Carolina. The warning is obvious. Nov. 4 2017
White supremacist flyer supporting murder of black worshipers in South Carolina. The warning is obvious. Nov. 4 2017
One of the flyers showed Dylann Roof, the suspect charged with shooting and killing nine worshipers at a South Carolina church in June 2015. The picture shows Roof holding an American flag, and reads, “Dylann Roof did nothing wrong.”

“Kimberly Olker, president of the congregation, told FOX40 she was “horrified. I was scared and sad.”

Anti-Semitic poster featuring caricature of disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, found at Sacramento synagogue Temple Or Rishon, Nov. 4, 2017

One of the posters read in part: “Hitler, Rockwell and Pierce warned you about sleazy Hollywood,” and included a picture of Harvey Weinstein’s face superimposed over a graphic caricature.

Security and federal officials are reviewing CCTV footage and other evidence.

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Eric Trump Goes Full Anti-Jewish Claiming Bob Woodward Just Wants to Make Shekels.

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Eric Trump must have been wandering around 4Chan or some alt-right message board today, because out of nowhere he went full anti-semite. Maybe he’s just too dumb to realize what he said?

The president’s son said on Fox & Friends that people like Woodward who write books about Trump do so in order to get TV airtime. “You can write some sensational, nonsense book. CNN will definitely have you on there, because they love to trash the president. It’ll mean you sell three extra books, you make three extra shekels.”

Anti-Semitic websites like 4chan often frequently reference the currency of Israel as a slur against Jewish people so they can be identified easily.

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Christian Music Festival Legend Found Guilty of Being a Pedophile for 16 Years

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If this dismal, apocalyptic era hasn’t left you questioning whatever faith you might have in some sort of god, here’s some more clarity: The founder of Creation Music Festival, billed as “the largest Christian rock festival,” has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for sexually abusing four minors in addition to “inappropriate” interactions with another minor that lasted for 16 years.

The founder is Harry Thomas, a 75-year-old pastor based out of Medford, New Jersey, who, according to Deadstate, “pleaded guilty to one count of first-degree aggravated sexual assault, three counts of second-degree sexual assault, and one count of second-degree endangering the welfare of a child.” Thomas’ attorney tried to retract his plea, calling it a “death sentence.”

Burlington Country Prosecutor Scott Coffina likened the case to “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” saying, “An individual who professed to be a man of faith and who has made many positive contributions to strangers committed the ultimate act of betrayal against family members who loved and trusted him.

“There is no sentence that can approximate justice in light of this defendant’s despicable acts against these children, but it is gratifying that the victims have been spared the pain of a trial and the defendant almost certainly will spend the rest of his life in prison, where he never can harm a child again.”

The ex-pastor wept in court and admitted that he deserves a heavy punishment for what he has done. Superior Court Judge Jeanne Covert said that the 18-year sentence was appropriate for Thomas’ crimes, however, even though she recognized he might die in prison due to his advanced age.

“I’m very sorry for the pain I’ve caused,” he said.

“I agree with the scriptures. It would be better for a millstone to be hung around my neck and be cast into the sea. That’s what I deserve,” he added, seemingly referring to Luke 17:2 in the Bible.

Thomas had admitted earlier this year to sexual crimes involving five minors over several years. In his plea agreement, the former pastor said that he sexually assaulted a 9-year-old girl in 2005; had sexual contact with three girls aged between 7 and 9 in 2000 and 2010; and that he exposed himself to another girl between 2008 and 2010.

Relatives of the child victims, who weren’t named, said in their testimony that Thomas was a “ravenous wolf” and a “hypocrite” for what he did.

Thomas founded the Creation Festival in 1979 alongside Timothy Landis, which has since split into two annual, four-day music festivals that take place in Pennsylvania (Creation Northeast) and Washington (Creation Northwest). This past January, the festival announced that this year’s installment would be postponed to 2019, which remains the case as of publishing.

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Facebook Bans Alex Jones After Threatening Women and Immigrants

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Facebook and Apple have removed content belonging to controversial radio host Alex Jones.

Jones’ pages were removed from Facebook for “repeatedly posting content over the past several days that breaks” community standards, including urging his followers to harass and illegally threaten minor victims of violent shootings,

“All four pages have been unpublished for repeated violations of Community Standards and accumulating too many strikes,” a Facebook post said. The four pages were Alex Jones Channel Page, the Alex Jones Page, the InfoWars Page and InfoWars Nightly News page. Jones himself was placed on a 30-day block for his role in posting the content.

Facebook said the violations included posts that glorified violence and others that used dehumanizing language to describe people who are transgender, Muslims and immigrants. Jones is able to appeal the ban but if he doesn’t or those efforts fail, the pages will be removed permanently.

The pages have more than 2.5 million followers.

The Facebook ban comes after Apple, YouTube and Spotify removed Jones’ podcast and videos from their platforms. Apple’s decision removed five of Jones’ six podcasts, including “The Alex Jones Show.”

Jones is known for promoting a host of conspiracy theories, most noticeably one that claims the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School was fake and those involved were actors. Families in the massacre that claimed the lives of 20 young children have filed defamation lawsuits against Jones.

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