In response to flyers deemed anti-Semitic being distributed on behalf of the Mo Hill and Dan Rodrick campaign in Toms River, Agudath Israel of New Jersey released the following statement:
Agudath Israel of America’s NJ Office is deeply concerned about divisive and hateful rhetoric employed recently by elected officials in Toms River, NJ.
At a time when antisemitism in New Jersey is at a record high, civic leaders carry the responsibility to counter hate and antisemitism, not promote it.
Divisive and hateful language should never be used. We call upon civic leaders throughout the state to denounce this rhetoric and to demand an apology from those who have engaged in this divisive activity.
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