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 attack Friday afternoon at 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.