A declaration of war
by Jon Loew
November 8, 2018
Typically, declarations of war are issued by an aggressor. In this case, we are issuing a declaration of war in response to a war declared against our people hundreds of years ago yet denied by so many of my co-religionists. As the founder and president of the Legion self-defense and counter-terrorism training program I keep getting calls and emails asking me what I think about what happened in Pittsburgh. Don’t ask me what I think. Don’t ask me for my thoughts. My actions provide your answer.
While the rest of Jewish leadership has discussions, wine-tastings and suggestions for the rest of us, we have built an army of America’s new Jews. As you form committees to decide if there is anti-Semitism we train to take down an active shooter. As you create graphics to share online, we are trained in combat first aid. As you form committees to honor each other, we train young men and women to take a punch, smile and destroy their enemy. You have lived among the “other” for three generations, yet many of you still don’t understand them. Nor do they understand you. READ MORE
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