Vandalized Hackensack temple holds interfaith service

HACKENSACK - After being struck with anti-Semitic graffiti last week, Temple Beth El in Hackensack is hosting an interfaith service.

The graffiti has been cleaned up and on the last night of Hanukkah, the temple hosted a service of rededication.

The interfaith service brought together members from different churches and religious organizations from across North Jersey. The temple's president says there has been an outpouring of support from people of different faiths.

Police are still investigating the vandalism. No arrests have been made.

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