We believed that our communities were commended, our schools accepted, our international relationships respected. We believed we were admired and appreciated in the halls of government and welcomed as neighbors. We believed that the world knew the strength and safety of our communities and saw the beauty of our morals, our lifestyle, our families.
Then, everything changed. Across the country we found ourselves locked out of shuls and schools. We found ourselves under attack: mocked verbally and assaulted physically, on the streets, in the media, and in the court of public opinion. However, while it seemed that everything had changed, in reality, nothing has ever changed. We’ve always been dependent on Hashem, and always will be. Now, more than ever, we need to act as one, speak up as one, and succeed as one. With Hashem’s help, we will prevail.
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