Kansas City Faith Community Leaders Join March For Israel In Nation's Capital

Locals answer this call to action amid ongoing debate over controversial Middle-East military actions from "many sides" of a Holy Land hot mess that has sparked fighting for thousands of years.

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“People just feel helpless right now here in the United States, and you feel like you want to do something,” said Jay Lewis, president and CEO for the Jewish Federation of Greater Kansas City. “Just screaming and yelling in your own house isn’t enough.”

The Anti-Defamation League is hosting the march for Israel, inviting Americans to condemn a rise in antisemitism, support of Israel and demand Hamas to release its hostages.

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Kansas City Jewish leaders head to Washington D.C. ahead of march for Israel

Nearly 75 people from the Jewish Community in Kansas City are headed to Washington D.C. Tuesday to march for Israel.