Muslim donors raised $162,000 to help repair vandalized St. Louis Jewish cemetery. Amazing!

A St. Louis-area Jewish cemetery was rededicated nearly six months after more than 150 headstones were toppled and damaged by vandals.

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Dozens of members of the St. Louis Jewish community and its supporters gathered Sunday at the Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery in University City, Missouri, to acknowledge the community support while honoring those who are buried there, the local media reported.
“While God could not guard this sacred place from harm, God did send so many to repair, reclaim and rededicate,” Rabbi Roxane Shapiro of the St. Louis Rabbinical Association said at the ceremony. “Our help had no barriers and no hate, simply care, compassion and hope.”

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Among those in attendance at the rededication was Tarek El-Messidi, founder of the Muslim organization Celebrate Mercy.

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The group, with the support of other Muslim leaders, including pro-Palestinian activist Linda Sarsour, set up a crowdfunding campaign that raised $162,000 from nearly 5,000 donors, exceeding its $20,000 goal in the first few hours.
In the wake of the attack, hundreds of community volunteers came to the cemetery to help with the cleanup and repairs, including U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and Missouri Governor Eric Greitens, who is Jewish and had invited Pence.


No suspects have been identified in the vandalism. The Anti-Defamation has offered a $10,000 reward for tips that lead to an arrest.

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