Are you aware of National Day of Hate What is it that makes this day so special? It is when and why was it named so. After the news broke, the United States was alerted by police departments.
What are the latest news?
The National Day of Hate was alleged by social media posts that police were targeting Jewish organizations. According to police information, there is not enough information to take immediate action and no dangers have been identified. But they do it to keep the area safe and peaceful. A Police Deputy superintendent posted a message on social media stating that we want people to be vigilant and let us know if they spot something.
What National Day Does It Have Today?
Before we can know anything, let’s first find out when and what it is. According to the Anti-Defamation League, February 25th is “National Day of Hate.” It includes anti-Semitic or white supremacist propaganda banners and distributions.
Anti-Defamation League, ADL, claims this day was proposed first by an Iowa-based neo-Nazi group. ADL tweeted yesterday that they were closely following the Day of Hate Tomorrow , and are in touch with local police. ADL was founded to protect the rights of Jews and ensure fair treatment. The tweet asked for people to verify safety plans, be vigilant and report any illegal activity to the authorities.
Where do you report hate incidents?
Anti-Semitic minded people encouraged people drop banners, to place stickers, and record or photograph them in order to submit them online. ADL demanded that people report any suspicious activity at adl.org/incident. You can also call 911 to report suspicious activity.
According the police department, they have increased visibility, paying special attention houses, synagogues and worship places, as well as Jewish institutions. New Hampshire, Brookline and Chicago are under particular focus.
After the National day of Hate, police in high-alerted zones are now on heightened patrol. They were there to protect and preserve the security and safety for Jewish people. This post is by the ADL department and explains everything.