Listen: Measles, United Jewish Organization Of Williamsburg And L. Steve Burns discussed on WCBS Programming
"Member of the NYPD's explorers program. Given the measles outbreak Saturday in orthodox Jewish neighborhoods in Brooklyn and Rockland counties. There's some concern it could trigger a backlash against Jews to believe CBS's. Steve burns takes a look Dr Aaron Gladys in both sides of this as a rabbi and an infectious disease. Doctor nothing to do with Jewish religion. This has nothing to do with the dots. Jewish per se. He says this is an issue among anti. Vaxxers some Jewish some not concerned very concerned about anti semitism. It has led to at least one instance of backlash against the Jewish community. The United Jewish organization of Williamsburg says an MTA bus driver passed a cynic man by this past week. He caught up to the bus driver allowed him on while covering her face and saying go in measles. The MTA says it's investigating would push back to anybody that discriminates against any person regardless of race, creed or color, religion, anything some rabbis have advocated against vaccines. Glad says they can't cite anything in the Jewish religion to support that stance. The Jewish religion strongly recommend a person take care of their own L. Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty a group of forty four Connecticut. Lawmakers has to deny parents religious exemption for measles vaccines would violate their constitutional rights. Supporters say the exemption"