Security concerns do not stop Murrieta ‘Stand for Israel Rally’ in Town Center Park

Cal Poly Pomona Professor Nir Regev urges those attending the “Stand for Israel” rallies in Murrieta’s Town Square Park to support Israel’s war against the Hamas terrorists. Valley News/Tony Ault photo
Despite security concerns, the second major rally to Stand for Israel held Sunday, Oct. 29 at Murrieta’s Town Square Amphitheater drew nearly 200 residents and supporters of Israel as they fight the Hamas terrorists.The Stand for Israel rally which offered talks by a special representative for the State of Israel, was changed at the last minute with word that some disturbances might take place preventing the Israeli envoy from leaving Los Angeles to travel to Murrieta. The nature of the safety concerns was not explained.Christian Pastor Randy Denham and president of the Holocaust Remembrance Foundation of the Valley explained the changes to those attending. Thet speaker for the Israeli consulate representative was replaced with Cal Poly Pomona Professor Nir Regev, a former Israel
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