Jewish headstones destroyed at mass vandalization of St Louis cemetery

Posted February 22, 2017

As the vandalism at the cemetery was reported, Jewish Community Centers across the country were once again hit with a wave of bomb threats, marking the fourth time this year that JCCs in the country were targeted.

Police near St. Louis are investigating damaged headstones at a Jewish cemetery.

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As a precaution, Lt. Lemons said police would step up patrols not only at the Chesed Cemetery but at all religious institutions in University City.

"The impact is huge on the Jewish community". The damage happened the same day that almost a dozen Jewish community centers nationwide received bomb threats. Cemetery managers are conducting an inventory to determine the total number of damaged plots, and will make those number available to the public through social media. Police, which were called over the incident on Monday, said there was some organization in the crime, meaning it was not the act of an individual.

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According to Fox2 St. Louis, police will not say whether it is being pursued as a hate crime.

Missouri's Governor Eric Greitens denounced the vandalism as a "despicable act" in a post on his Facebook page. "We must fight acts of intolerance and hate". At least 11 Jewish community centers received bomb threats on Monday, the JCC Association of North America America reported. From their pitiful act of ugliness, we can emerge even more powerful in our faith. Karen Aroesty, regional director for the Saint Louis-area Anti-Defamation League "was appalled" at the sight when she conducted a walk-through.

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The statement was a marked contrast to the response given by Trump to a Jewish reporter last week when the president dismissed a question about the rise in antisemitism as "unfair". "The president has made it abundantly clear that these actions are unacceptable", White House deputy press secretary Lindsay Walters said.