The Algemeiner, JTA and Religion News Service included B’nai B’rith International’s statement in its coverage of Jewish groups’ responses to the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.
“We would like to think we can never become numb to this madness,” B’nai B’rith commented. “Yet it seems our country is paralyzed by an irrational fear of taking action to stop this plague. But what about the fear now growing in more and more of our citizens: fear of going to school, of attending services at a house of worship, fear of stepping into a grocery store or a movie theater.”
Read more in The Algemeiner.
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