A Third Of Those Missing Or Dead In Surfside Condo Collapse Are Jewish 1

A Third Of Those Missing Or Dead In Surfside Condo Collapse Are Jewish


Rabbi Yossi Harlig joins Ayman to discuss the impact of the Surfside, FL condo collapse on the Jewish community. "We're here to support all families that have been affected by this tragedy," Rabbi Harlig said.
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    1. @Make Racists Afraid Again
      The objective of all religions’ administrations is to live off those who have faith. Since the dawn of mankind’s history.

    2. @Make Racists Afraid Again Unitarian might be a little different. Then the Sikh’s have quite a few stories about their generosity. One one level, they are still all the same. It depends.

    3. if a group of people united by a race/ethnicity/religion etc has tragedy strike them, then their group of belonging should be reported on….
      Their group belonging implies unique narratives, stories and lived experiences that help put the story into a more socially aware context

    4. @Matt Philips
      That sounds like close minded bigoted thinking, after all, we are all one humanity. To add these artificial designations only creates cultural differentialism, which ensures that conflict between the alleged outgroup and the group holding the supremacist viewpoints remain separate. This whole ‘Them or Us’ mentality has got to be retired into the dustbin of antiquated socially corrupt idealism.

  1. US ANTIQUE INFRASTRUCTURE: “The eyes of history are on this appointment.” – Buttigeig.
    1964 Japan’s first bullet trains were put in service and the the first Beatles album was released.
    1998 China started the construction of 36,000km of high speed railways and high speed trains.
    2021 US still has NO high speed trains and NO safe overpasses or apartment blocks.

    1. I rode on a Japanese bullet train in 1968, and was amazed. We still don’t have high speed rail in the US, even though we were told we’d have a mag-lev train at Expo 86, 35 years ago.

    1. @raiden72 you’d have to be blind to think this has anything to do with anything …behold that.

  2. Why is this news? I’d expect Jewish, Hindi, or anything else to possibly be part of the community there. My heart breaks equally for everyone involved regardless of faith.

  3. “Why are gentiles needed? They will work, they will plow, they will reap. We (Jews) will sit like an effendi and eat.” – Rabbi Josef

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