As the United States continues to head down a dark, dark road more bomb threats have been phoned in against Jewish community centers across America.
Jewish community centers around the country were again targeted with bomb threats Wednesday morning, a week after a spate of similar threats against many centers.
In Miami, police responded to reports of a bomb threat at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Threats were called in at the same center a week ago.
Police in Newton, Massachusetts, responded after a suspicious phone call prompted an evacuation Wednesday morning at a local JCC.
Jewish community centers in Scotch Plains, New Jersey, and two in Connecticut, one at the JCC of Greater New Haven in Woodbridge and another at The Mandell JCC West Hartford, reported receiving bomb threats.
Threats were made to at least seven JCCs in Florida, New Jersey, Delaware, Tennessee and North Carolina last week.
A JCC building in Marin County, California, was also evacuated as a precaution after a threat.