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He is the author of Worldmask, Living Inspired, The Thinking Jewish Teenager''s Guide to Life, and Letters to a Buddhist Jew, published by Targum Press. So we have to ask ourselves: Why were the Jews targeted?I shudder from all the terror against Jews – both in Israel and abroad. And why have Jews been targeted for anti-Semitism in the Crusades, the Inquisition, the Pogroms, the Holocaust – and ever since the days of Abraham when King Nimrod threw him into a fiery furnace? The Talmud (Shabbos 69) declares: "Why was the Torah given on a mountain called Sinai?Synagogues bombed, shootings at Jewish Community Centers. It seems so unfair to single out Jews for this violence. Because the 'sinah,' the hatred of the Jews, emanates from Sinai." (Sinah, the Hebrew word for hatred, is pronounced almost identically to Sinai.) Before the Torah was given, people built their lives on a subjective concept of right and wrong.

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Akiva Tatz is a world-renowned lecturer on Jewish thought and philosophy. After the Los Angeles JCC shooter was arrested, he said it was "a wake-up call to America to kill Jews." Police also discovered a map with circles around Los Angeles Jewish landmarks like the Simon Wiesenthal Center, the University of Judaism and the Skirball Cultural Center.

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