After Palestinian terrorists slaughtered four rabbis and wounded six other people at a Jerusalem synagogue Tuesday, South Florida reacted with revulsion, fear and loathing.
Israel supporters in South Florida gathered Thursday night to rally against Hamas.
For the second time in as many days, messages of hate targeted members of South Florida’s Jewish community. Early Monday morning, spray painted swastikas and the word “Hamas” were discovered on the pillars in front of the Congregation Torah Ve’emunah.
Miami Beach Police are investigating a potential hate crime. It happened along Meridian Avenue in a predominantly Jewish neighborhood on the Beach.
The Israeli ambassador to the United States is claiming that the “media is not connecting the dots” to Hamas following a story of 15 Palestinians killed when a United Nations school they sought shelter in was shelled.
A teenager who attends school in Florida is now confined to his home in Israel as six Jewish suspects were arrested in the grisly slaying of a Palestinian teenager who was abducted and burned alive last week. The crime set off a wave of violent protests in Arab sections of the country.
It’s a heartbreaking day in Israel as three murdered teens are laid to rest. They were kidnapped and killed while hitchhiking home from school in the West Bank more the two weeks ago. Their bodies were found Monday and that pain of loss stretches around the world to South Florida.
As the United State and allies prepare for military strikes against Syria for the alleged use of chemical weapons against its own people, many Americans are asking what is exactly going on in Syria and why should the U.S. be involved?
Hundreds of people gathered in North Miami Beach on Sunday to attend a solidarity rally in support of Israel.
U.S. Senator. Marco Rubio, U.S. Reps. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and Debbie Wasserman Schultz will attend a rally in North Miami Beach in support of Israel.