Pastor John Hagee defends Texas Jewish neighborhood after night of terror

Pastor John Hagee defends Texas Jewish neighborhood after night of terror

Photo: Courtesy of Christians United for Israel

 

The Federal Bureau of Investigation says they have identified at least one person they believe is responsible for terrorizing a predominantly Jewish neighborhood in San Antonio.

Dozens of homes and cars were vandalized August 12 with anti-Semitic graffiti and rocks. Swastikas were spray-painted on Jewish memorials, the letters “KKK” and other racially charged language. The word “Jew” was plastered across an SUV.

The attack has been classified as a ……….. read more here. 

By Todd Starnes

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