The president of a synagogue in Charlottesville, Virginia described a harrowing scene with armed white supremacists threatening the temple and chanting Nazi slogans during the tumultuous protests that rocked the town on Friday and Saturday.
" For half an hour, three men dressed in fatigues and armed with semi-automatic rifles stood across the street from the temple," Alan Zimmerman, the president of Congregation Beth Israel, wrote.
Alan Zimmerman, president of Congregation Beth Israel in Charlottesville, described what happened as an assemblage of Nazis and white supremacists marched past their synagogue.
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President of town's synagogue says armed supremacists stood across the street shouting "Sieg Heil!"