The news site, which focuses on national security issues, acknowledged last year that Thompson used fake email accounts to impersonate others.
He was also found to have attributed quotes to individuals in news stories even though those people later said they were never interviewed. People are evacuated from the David Posnack Jewish Community Center in Davie, Florida, on February 27 after a bomb threat.
Federal authorities have arrested a disgraced former journalist from St.
Louis for making a number of threats against Jewish institutions as part of a vicious internet campaign against a former lover. Louis on Thursday for allegedly making bomb threats against at least eight Jewish community centers, the US Attorney's Office said.
Thompson was charged in New York with cyberstalking a woman by ‘communicating threats to JCCs in the woman’s name.’If convicted, Thompson faces up to five years in federal prison. Thompson allegedly made threats against eight Jewish institutions in the name of a former lover Thompson ‘appears to have made at least eight of the JCC threats as part of a sustained campaign to harass and intimidate’ the woman after their romance ended.
Late in the 19th century, the Jews living in Germany and Austria collectively rejected their "choseness" and were assimilated by their host nation. Gentile society was their social environment of choice, and Germany their beloved motherland. Precisely when Jews rejected their claim to "chosenness," they suffered the most virulent forms of anti-Semitism.
In fact, they believed that the non-Jews among whom they lived were the true chosen people. Another test of the Chosen People theory is to see how humanity responds to other peoples who claim to be "chosen." If the claim that Jews are chosen gives rise to anti-Semitism, then all groups who make similar claims of having been "chosen" should also become targets of persecution and hatred.
Christianity and Islam represent two other major religious groups that claim to have been chosen.
Goldwasser, of Temple Beit Ha Yam in Israel, explained: 'In orthodox and Conservative communities, Kohanim are expected to abstain from coming in contact with the dead, which includes a prohibition on visiting cemeteries except for the funerals of close relatives.''They have been bestowed with extra kedushah which makes them worth of being meshorsei Hashem.
At times, there may be extra demands made upon them in order to maintain that standard of kedushah and taharah.'A strict code of conduct prevents Orthodox Jewish men and women from mixing in public, with Israeli airline El Al seeing an increase in the number of religious men demanding to be reseated away from women in recent years.