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This didn’t take long for the modern day equivalent of spray painting a swastika on a synagogue.

Like many churches and synagogues across Canada, members of the Shaarei Shomayim synagogue in Toronto have been holding daily services via the video conference app Zoom since the COVID-19 outbreak. Rabbi Chaim Strauchler said their prayer services have been held without incident, but that all changed last Sunday night. 0;Our congregation has been doing [this] since the COVID crisis began. We pray on behalf of doctors and front-line workers, and on behalf of the world. We pray for an ending of this disease

Source: ‘It was traumatic for everyone’: Zoom prayer service hijacked by trolls screaming derogatory slurs | CBC News

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