I was surprised one day recently when I stopped by my local Jewish Community Center to ask about their summer camps and it was locked and had a code pad up front. When I was let in, office workers were behind locked doors and ushered me in when they saw I was no threat. In my youth, the same center was open to the public--how times have changed. This a href="http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,206172,00.html"attack Friday afternoon /aat the Jewish Federation in Seattle leaves me stunned and saddened with the realization that even in the US, Jews are not safe. Somehow, I think it will take more than a locked door and a security code (which the man who claimed to be a Muslim forced his way through yesterday prior to his attack) to keep the Jewish people safe. Perhaps this is an isolated incident--I sure hope so.