An envelope containing an unknown white powder was delivered to the Norwegian Embassy in Tel Aviv.
That’s the key phrase to remember in thinking about the attack on the U.S. Holocaust Memorial June 10 that left a security guard dead and another man wounded.
The shooter, an 88 year old white supremiscist named James W. von Brunn, entered the museum, leveled a shotgun at the two closest victims, and pulled the trigger.
Von Brunn decided to cap a long life devoted to the senseless hatred of Jews with a senseless act of violence.
White Supremacist and Holocaust denier James Von Brunn, who shot and killed a security guard in an attack on the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum today, titled his anti-Semitic manifesto “Tob Shebbe Goyim Harog – Kill the Best Gentiles.” He claimed the quote comes from Talmud Sanhedrin, 59B.
Stephen Tyrone Johns, the security guard shot at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Wednesday afternoon has died. The museum will close on Thursday in honor of Johns, an African-American who has worked at the museum for six years.
Within minutes of the shooting at the Holocaust museum in Washington, D.C., the Los Angeles Police Department contacted the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles, regarding its Museum of Tolerance, as well as other L.A. community organizations, according to Wiesenthal Associate Dean Rabbi Abraham Cooper.
How many times can you say "Passover" during the seder? For instance: "Pass over the salt." "Please pass over a soup spoon." Keep count and decide what the winner gets for a prize!
In the latest in a spate of anti-Semitic incidents in the San Fernando and Conejo valleys, vandals attacked Temple Solael on July 31, spray-painting graffiti that read "stop murdering the white race." The incident follows the discovery a week ago by Agoura Hills residents of anti-Semitic fliers left in their mailboxes. The flier makes negative reference to the Anti-Defamation League and encourages racists to commit an act of violence against director Steven Spielberg. The fliers also contain a World Wide Web address for the National alliance, a white supremiscist group.