KIDDUSH HASHEM: Jews In Toms River And Jackson Give Local Children Candy On Halloween [PHOTOS]

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It may seem strange or awkward to many to see a headline on the Yeshiva World that speaks about Halloween. Although Jews do not celebrate Halloween in any way, many Jews around the Lakewood area used the opportunity to create a huge Kiddush Hashem and embrace their neighbors.

YWN has received dozens of emails from Jewish residents in Toms River and Jackson NJ confirming that they doled out candy to hundreds of non-Jewish children who were out “trick-or-treating” on Halloween night.

Despite the hate being directed at Jews moving into those two communities surrounding Lakewood, what took place last night was evidence that the hate is nothing but a pack of lies.

In Brooklyn, The NYPD’s 72 Precinct thanked Blooms Kosher Candy for giving the Precinct cases of candy to distribute to children coming to the Precinct.

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