NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Brave San Diego rabbi who wouldn’t stop Passover sermon has deep roots in Brooklyn
by Elizabeth Keogh and Dave Goldiner
April 27, 2019
When a hate-filled gunman opened fire inside his San Diego synagogue, Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein kept his cool. The brave cleric continued preaching the message of the Passover freedom holiday, even after being shot in the hand. “He continued his speech,” Minoo Anvari, a congregant whose husband was inside the synagogue, told CNN. “We are strong. We are united. They can’t break us.” The founding rabbi of the Chabad of Poway synagogue — who has deep roots in Brooklyn — was taken to a local hospital in stable condition. One congregant died of her wounds. READ MORE
TIMES OF ISRAEL Fresh synagogue shooting appears to highlight spread of deadly hate On the very last day of Passover — and six months to the day of the Tree of Life synagogue shooting — another gunman went to a Jewish house of worship and opened fire.