Home | About | Donate

Solidarity After the Massacre of Jews in Pittsburgh... and How Best to Defend Ourselves

Solidarity After the Massacre of Jews in Pittsburgh... and How Best to Defend Ourselves

Michael Lerner

On Saturday, October 27th, shortly after the largest massacre of Jews in U.S. history took place in Pittsburgh, I received a message from the leadership of the largest African American Baptist Church in Oakland, California. Recalling that we at Tikkun had brought dozens of our subscribers and members to their church on several occasions when African Americans had been murdered by white racist fanatics, they asked me when Beyt Tikkun would be having a service to which they could attend to show their solidarity with us.

1 Like

The Evil of Trump’s Hate is upon us.

Reject it in all of it’s forms.

Embrace Love for one another.

1 Like
2 Likes

Why are organized religions enemies of other organized religions? Do they have different gods?

Sad to see that the 97 year old survivor of Hitler’s holocaust is one of the early victims of Trump’s holocaust.

1 Like

Oftentimes adherents of different denominations or different religions act like deadly sibling rivals, each vying for the attention and affection of a shared divinity. See also Freud’s “narcissism of small differences.”

         Mr. Lerner, a good man like you should know better:
 Trump “preserving America for white Christians” is as 

deceptive as saying Netanyahu is preserving Israel for the
people of God. Netanyahu embraces America’s beast (Rev.13),
loved his take over of Jerusalem; and squeals with
delight at the continued occupation of Palestine and the terrorizing of its humanity (Israel’s Other).