Paul Jeser

Enough is enough

What happened yesterday in the heavily Jewish Pico-Robertson area of LA was not a protest, but acts of terrorism. And when confronted with terrorists, if we do not fight back, we will not survive.

Why are we not, by the thousands, protesting the misleading headlines in almost every media outlet about what is happening in LA?

Why are we not, by the thousands, protesting the sickening lack of real response from University leaders, our Mayor, our City Council, our Police and Sheriff Departments?

Why are we not, by the thousands, protesting at the entrances to buildings that have facilities connected to Iran, Qatar, Egypt, Lebanon, Syria and the UN?

Why don’t we have 100 members of the pro-Israel community for every one anti-Israel protester at every protest?

We are great at making statements and pushing legislation, etc. We are great at raising funds. However, we REALLY suck at working to destroy this cancer..

Jewish Community leaders, Rabbis, Influencers, time to step down from the high road and fight this cancer in the streets. Or we are done as a community.

About the Author
Paul Jeser born in the Bronx in 1945 has been a member of the Jewish Communal Service and a Jewish fundraising professional since 1972. Although not an ordained Rabbi, he organized and ran a Jewish Chaplaincy program in the United States Army in Augsburg, Germany (1969-71). Jeser was an officer with a drug rehabilitation center in Vietnam (1971-72) during which time he was awarded a Bronze Star. In May, 2006, the Hebrew Union College, Institute of Jewish Religion, presented Mr. Jeser the Sherut L’Am award in recognition of his decades of service to the Jewish People. He returned this award to HUC in protest to what he believed to be anti-Israel activities.
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