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The Jewish Community is pleased to share important, welcome news that legislation will be introduced in Congress this week to fight back against the relentless wave of anti-Semitic threats to Jewish institutions.» Read More
The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle is relieved that a suspect has been arrested in connection with many of the bomb threats that were called in to Jewish community centers and other Jewish institutions across the U.S. and Canada. Threats called in to our own Stroum Jewish Community Center and many other institutions caused deep fear among communities. We were saddened to learn the arrested individual is a Jewish man who is a U.S. and Israeli citizen.» Read More
The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle is horrified by all of the bomb threats and acts of violence against Jewish institutions and communities across the country. The bomb threat this evening at the Stroum Jewish Community Center on Mercer Island is a threat to us all. We must work together to combat the fear and hatred spread through anti-Semitism. We urge all Jewish organizations to be vigilant, take threats seriously, and use SAFE Washington security resources.» Read More
Today, ADL's national headquarters and another Jewish school/JCC received bomb threats. The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle is horrified and outraged by the dozens of bomb threats called in to Jewish community centers and organizations, including today’s threats. From the desecration of the Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery in St.» Read More
The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle filed a friend-of-the-court brief late Monday night to support Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s litigation against President Trump’s travel ban against immigrants and refugees.
The Federation, founded in 1928 to meet the needs of Seattle’s Jewish community, filed the brief with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit.» Read More
Guns taken from the home by children have been at the heart of some of the most tragic gun violence incidents in our state, including at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. Unsecured guns in the home also lead to some of the most horrific incidents of kids accidentally shooting their friends. And, most youth suicide attempts are committed with an unsecured gun in the home.» Read More