ATLANTA — When antisemitic graffiti was discovered last month just a mile from Congregation Or VeShalom in Brookhaven, Rabbi Joshua Hearshen said the news barely made a ripple among his congregants.

“It’s just business as usual,” he said. “We’ve come to this point now when people are no longer surprised by such awful things.”

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