ADL Issues Security Advisory to U.S. Jewish Institutions Following Bomb Threats

Protesters shout slogans as a Star of David burns at a protest against Israeli attacks on Gaza, in front of Israel's Embassy in Ankara on December 28, 2008. Israeli tanks massed at the border with the Gaza Strip, as Israel warned it could launch a ground attack in addition to …
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The Jerusalem Post reports: The Anti-Defamation league on Thursday issued a security advisory to Jewish institutions across the US, after a series of bomb threats to some 30 Jewish community centers in 17 states. It was the second wave of such mass disruption in two weeks.

The NGO said that while the threats did not appear to be credible, it nonetheless urged communal establishments to take serious measures.

The ADL received reports of bomb threats at community centers in Alabama, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.

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