More threats made against Jewish community centers across U.S.; two in New Jersey

Federal authorities are investigating another round of threats made to Jewish community centers across the country, with two of them in New Jersey.



The JCC of Tenafly was one of two New Jersey sites that received a bomb threat on Monday.



No bombs were found after an evacuation and sweep, and there are no suspects.



Twice last month, the JCC of Tenafly had to be evacuated after a similar threat.



Authorities quickly evacuated everyone at Katz Jewish Community Center in Cherry Hill.



Bomb sniffing dogs were brought in, but again nothing was found.



It's the fifth wave of bomb threats targeting Jewish centers since the beginning of 2017.



That includes 90 incidents, in 30 states, and one Canadian province.



The White House and people of all faiths are condemning these threats. 


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