‘Spread the light’: Winnipeg Jewish community marks end of Hanukkah with parade – CBC.ca

| January 1, 2020

Dozens of members of Winnipeg's Jewish community honked their car horns and waved from vehicles on snowy city streets Sunday nightin a parade marking the end of Hanukkah. Police escorts accompanied about 70 people who took part in the celebration on the final day of the Jewish holiday. The joyous parade happened in the shadow of what's being investigated as a possible hate crime on Saturday thattargeted Jews south of the border

Holocaust education planned after WV jail guard Nazi salute – The Associated Press

| January 1, 2020

CHARLESTON, W. Va

Letter to the editor: Coming Together Stark County working to lift blanket of darkness – Canton Repository

| January 1, 2020

Coming Together Stark County is saddened and condemns two more attacks at religious establishments. On Saturday, another anti-Semitic attack took place in Monsey, N.Y., where five people were stabbed. On Sunday, two individuals died in White Settlement, Texas

Top DHS Official: Man Who Used Machete To Attack Jews Is Son Of Illegal Alien – The Daily Wire

| January 1, 2020

Ken Cuccinelli, acting Deputy Secretary at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), said on Monday that the man who allegedly used a machete during a stabbing spree at a rabbis home in New York was the son of an illegal alien. The attacker is the U.S.

In the midst of increasing anti-Semitic violence, a growing unease for Jewish community – The Boston Globe

| January 1, 2020

Amid a troubling spate of violence against Jews across the United States including an attack on Saturday in which a machete-wielding intruder left five people injured during a Hanukkah celebration at a home in suburban New York members of the Jewish community in Boston and beyond have found themselves faced with a growing unease. Anti-Semitic incidents have long been a part of the American landscape, Jewish leaders say, but they typically have taken the form of rants or spray-painted swastikas. The recent violence, they say, is new