Monday, January 12, 2015

Orange County California Jewish Federation Condemns Paris Attack by "Gunman"

Here it is, Folks. The Orange County (Ca) Jewish Federation has made a big statement on what happened in Paris. They condemn the attack on a Jewish store by “a gunman in the strongest possible terms" and blah, blah blah, woof woof woof, quack quack quack. This is the same politically correct nonsense we get from our White House. It’s OK to mention who the victims were but not the identity of the perps. For all this says, the gunman could have been Jesse James.
Subject: JFFS Condemns Paris Attacks
Jewish Federation & Family Services Condemns Attacks, Expresses Support for the People of France
Irvine, CA – Following Wednesday’s tragic attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine, a gunman today took hostages at a kosher supermarket in Paris after killing at least four people. Jewish Federation & Family Services (JFFS) condemns the attacks on civic institutions and Jewish targets in the strongest possible terms, mourns the loss of life and prays for the injured, and expresses our support for the people of France at this difficult time.
“JFFS condemns these violent attacks,” stated Shalom Elcott, President & CEO of JFFS, “not just against Jews and Jewish institutions but against the people of France and all those who value freedom and democracy. Once again, we are forced to bear witness to the reality that terrorism continues to pose a threat to civil societies everywhere. Our deepest condolences, hopes and prayers are with the families of the victims, the French people and the Jewish community of France during this difficult time.”
As we mourn with the French Jewish community, JFFS leadership will continue to confer with JFNA (Jewish Federations of North America), government agencies and officials on matters of Jewish communal safety, and update the Jewish community as necessary.

 But don't worry, Folks. The Jewish Federation will keep the community informed in case Jesse James and his gang show up in Orange County.

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