It’s a grim routine, and happens almost every day.
Recently, four Jewish Community Centers — in Irvine, Long Beach, Los Angeles and La Jolla — were among the 39 Jewish centers nationally to receive bomb threats. The calls prompted evacuations and fear and anger, but they didn’t — this time — result in loss of life or property.
Such threats are becoming common.
The Anti-Defamation League reports that since the start of this year no fewer than 122 Jewish Community Centers and other Jewish institutions in 36 states have received threats of bombing or other forms of terror. In the past month at least two Jewish cemeteries (near Philadelphia and St. Louis) were desecrated.
The threats against the local Jewish Community Centers — which often serve as schools and cultural hubs and exercise venues — are extracting a heavy emotional toll.
Despite the fake news from the American media, the evidence clearly points to the Islamics. All Americans should be demanding more from our leaders.
Source material for this article can be found in the Orange County Register