After coronavirus second wave, get ready for the anti-Semitism wave

Tamar Yonah talks about the dangers facing Jews today in the Diaspora, and how they need to leave their comfort zones and come to Israel.

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Prayer shawls, tefillin stuffed into toilets at the Kol Yehouda synagogue
Prayer shawls, tefillin stuffed into toilets at the Kol Yehouda synagogue
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Tamar Yonah deals with the painful issue of the rise of anti-Semitism in light of the crisis caused by the coronavirus.

In her opinion, the dangers faced by the Jews are increasing - and an example of this was seen in the riots in the US after George Floyd's death, when protesters harassed Jewish synagogues and institutions.

Tamar claims that while living in the Diaspora is convenient, the right thing for Jews to do today is to come to their real home - in the State of Israel.



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