“They portray themselves as kindly types who bring their detractors tea and wish them a nice day, while they espouse Holocaust denial and anti-Semitic global conspiracy theories”

‘They fill our sidewalks with hate speech,’ Ann Arbor rabbi says in response to court ruling
by Ryan Stanton
August 22, 2020

While a federal judge has concluded protests outside an Ann Arbor synagogue amount to free speech, Rabbi Nadav Caine argues it’s still hate speech. “It may well be that the court has made a correct decision according to the law, but the proceedings show that the protesters are liars and charlatans,” said the rabbi at the Beth Israel Congregation on Washtenaw Avenue, which has been targeted by weekly anti-Israel protests for over 16 years. “They fill our sidewalks with hate speech to harass our worshippers, and then claim it’s just a good public location,” Caine said in a statement this week. READ MORE

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