Nisa-Nashim women united after Halle Synagogue Attack

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Nisa-Nashim women united after Halle Synagogue Attack

After the dismal attack on Yom Kippur in the Halle Synagogue, Germany, Nisa-Nashim Muslim sisters joined their Jewish sisters in the Sukkas, both sharing the wonderful festival and also standing in solidarity. On both levels this was profound and made a huge difference. Here are some highlights of the media coverage this incredible initiative received!

TheJC.com

‘I felt compelled to show that, as a Muslim, I will not stand by when Jewish people are threatened, particularly in their place of worship’

Times of Israel: Our new Chair Hifsa talks about her experience celebrating Sukkot in North London, especially after the brutal attack in Halle. This experience reminded her once again that ‘Friendship must be the anchor for what we must to do to effectively stand together against hatred, against bigotry and to call out the ugly narrative of division’.

The Barnet Times:

The Jewish News:

Asian Express:

The Jewish Chronicle:

2020-04-05T10:47:44+01:00