Anti-Semitic hate crimes are on the rise, in the U.S., in Canada and in Europe. Just Monday, in Long Beach, the FBI foiled a plan that targeted the Jewish community, among others. But it's not just synagogues. House of Worship of every mainstream faith are under siege. What can we do about it? Rabbi Cheryl Rosenstein of Bakersfield's Temple Beth-El shares some ideas with The Californian's Robert Price on One on One.

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