Jewish community looks to 2020 with hope, pride after last year’s anti-Semitic attacks

Jewish community looks to 2020 with hope, pride after last year?s anti-Semitic attacks

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Jewish communities nationwide are looking to 2020 with hope and pride, including Temple Beth El in south Charlotte.

2019 marked another year with more anti-Semitic attacks across the country, most recently the attack on several people at a home in New York during Hanukkah in December.

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“We have to be able to stand together and say, ‘Not here.’ There should be no hate. There should be no fear," said Rabbi Asher Knight.

>>> In the video at the top of the page, anchor Blaine Tolison sat down with Knight, who explained how they continue to build relationships along lines of difference.

Police arrest suspect in Hanukkah stabbing that injured five

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