“I knew as soon as I heard about the rally in Israel that we had to join in. There had to also be one here in the financial center of the world,” Abadie told the Post. “For thousands of years antisemitism has been going on we’ve been taking it as bystanders so it’s important we unite together and make a stance. Whether it’s in Congress or elsewhere, it’s time for us to tell the world hate stops here.” He added
that some chose to participate in the rally at synagogues around New York City rather than in Times Square.