Texas Standoff: What Does It Mean for American Jews?
Texas Synagogue Standoff

What does the Texas synagogue standoff mean for American Jews?

On Saturday at Congregation Beth Israel of Colleyville Texas, an armed Muslim man took four people hostage, including the rabbi.

Thankfully the crisis ended with no harm to the worshippers.

Newsweek editor and columnist, Marc Schulman discusses the attack and what it means for Jews living in America.


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