We are praying that these evil actions in New Mexico and in our country and world stop, in JESUS name we pray, Amen!

A civil rights group says harassment, vandalism and assaults against Jewish people and institutions have increased for a third straight year in New Mexico. The Anti-Defamation League says  there were 15 reported anti-Semitic incidents in New Mexico in 2017, up 37 percent from 2016. Last year New Mexico had six instances of vandalism, and nine cases of harassment and threats. There were two bomb threats received at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Albuquerque, swastika graffiti found in a Los Alamos National Laboratory bathroom, and a report that a wedding vendor sent anti-Semitic messages to a potential client. Nationwide, the group found a 57 percent increase in   anti-Semitic incidents — the biggest jump in more than 20 years. There were 1,986 total reported incidents in 2017

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