Connecticut: Masked Nazis Disrupt Hanukkah ceremony with Nazi flags, obscenities

Nazis in Connecticut trying to ruin Chanukah

Antisemitism is rearing its ugly head again. In every generation, this happens. This is why we must unify, learn how to fight, and how to handle weapons. Once the flames of antisemitism grow like this, it's not so easy to contain. The ADL's and SWC's aren't going to save us. The JIDF cannot either. All we can do is encourage the basics of self-defense and continue to try to push Jewish values, morals, and mitzvot, which are our strongest defense.  Between stories of a Muslim biting a Rabbi's finger off at Chanukah menorah lighting, and a Moldovan priest attacking a menorah and erecting a cross, and now this, in the USA, we must be vigilant:  
(Connecticut Post) FAIRFIELD -- Pouring rain failed to dampen the spirts of a small group of families huddled on the Sherman Green gazebo to light a menorah on the third night of Hanukkah Sunday.

Neither did three masked men, who carrying Nazi flags and shouting obscenities, tried to disrupt the ceremony until they fled when police arrived.

"I'm glad I was there," said Fairfield First Selectman Kenneth Flatto.

So was Rabbi Shlame Landa who staged the ceremony for Chabad of Fairfield.

"It's important to see we don't back down from spreading goodness and light," said Landa.

The men, dressed in black, showed up just as the ceremony was beginning, stayed on the sidewalk about 20 yards from the gazebo. Each carried a flag held in outstretched arms. One flag bore a swastika, another an iron cross.

From his vantage point, Flatto said he could hear obscenities....Read the rest>>>
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