“My grief with the Pittsburgh and Poway shootings deepened because the congregants were unarmed. If there had been armed security in place, it could have saved lives”

NEW YORK POST
Why I always bring my Glock to Shabbat
by Doree Lewak
May 4, 2019

As an Orthodox Jew, every Shabbat morning it’s the same routine: wake up at 8 a.m., get dressed in my suit and tie, and head out the door with my wife and three children for our 10-minute walk to synagogue. But not before I open my safe and strap on my Glock, which I’ve been carrying to shul for the past year. When I was growing up, synagogue was always a fun, carefree place to go. It was social, it was sacred, but it was never scary. READ MORE

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