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6 Best Legal Marijuana Tours To Take in LA

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Cannabis tours are giving LA visitors a hands-on introduction to the city’s budding weed scene.

From shopping at high-tech weed dispensaries to taking in-depth looks at cannabis cultivation, the industry’s introduction of legal tours was only a matter of time. At these adventures, first-timers can learn about the health benefits of cannabis, CBD, THC and how to use it responsibly. These curated outings allow the curious to safely indulge while visiting some of California’s top-rated legal weed destinations.

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Green Line Trips

Green Line Trips is a smoke-infused luxury party bus complete with dance music, mood lighting and plenty of good times to pass around. Starting in either Hollywood or Venice Beach , this unique sightseeing adventure allows enthusiasts to purchase and learn about cannabis products from some of LA’s leading experts at ERBA collective and MedMen. For those seeking a more informative experience, learn all about the growing process from seed to plant with the cannabis-cultivation tour of a grow facility.

A luxury liaison to LA’s legal weed culture, GreenTours offers a variety of upscale tours. Each tour begins with a stop at one of LA’s boutique marijuana dispensaries where devotees can purchase everything from top-shelf flowers and hand-made edibles to vape pens and topical creams. Tour services run the gamut from a heady glass-blowing demonstration to guided tours of a cannabis growing facility and laid-back visits to a 420-friendly art gallery.

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LA Hemp Tours

On an LA Hemp Tour, just relax and enjoy the trip. Boasting a slew of pot-centric adventures, plus customizable private tours, the tour group allows you to explore both medical and recreational dispensaries and pot-growing facilities, as well as indulging in the highest-quality ganja in Los Angeles. The behind-the-scenes guided tour of pot production is the perfect bucket-list experience for curious first-timers. The group also provides a Budz & Sudz tour that stops at some of LA’s top microbreweries , pairing weed with craft brews.

Weedology Tours

Weedology seeks to inform guests about the positive features of legal pot culture through 11 different tours, supplied through private cars or party buses. You can learn how to infuse your food with cannabis, book a relaxing marijuana massage, sip wine at a local winery or meet dispensary management and owners to learn the ins and outs of the business.

Weedology Tours gives you an overview of LA’s legal pot scene

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With tours offered seven days a week, Weed Bus LA allows you to explore high-tech weed dispensaries and marijuana-growing facilities, plus relax in pot-friendly lounges and enjoy daily deals on the best cannabis products available in the city. Plus, there are 420-friendly rides to and from the airport as well as a munchie crawl – weed’s answer to the traditional bar crawl, in which guests are escorted to local restaurants in a 35-passenger luxury smoke bus.

MedTours specializes in trips to the best dispensaries in LA and the surrounding area. Try award-winning marijuana, cannabis concentrates, vaporizer pens, dabs, edibles and more in an environment that is both safe and welcoming. Tour guides are extremely knowledgeable, informing guests of responsible ways to consume cannabis, and the dispensary staff is ready to answer questions so you can easily find the right mood-enhancing products.

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The legal cannabis industry in California does not have to be a secret to you any longer! Take our California Cannabis Tour and feast your eyes on some of The Golden State’s most lush (and legal) cannabis grows. After taking a sneaky peek at some of the best marijuana in California. Additionally, our completely 420-friendly bus will make several dispensary stops, in order to allow guests to stock up and sample their purchases on board. Get on the bus and get lifted with California Cannabis Tours.

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CannaVines: The Bay Area Wine and Weed Tour - starting at $119/person

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For the discerning wine and cannabis consumer comes’s latest craft experience - Bay Area Wine & Weed Tours!

Join us for a 4-hour tour where you’ll smoke, sip, learn, laugh, and experience the best of the Bay Area’s unique wine and weed culture.

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Your tour will begin at the Oakland Cannabis Creative, with a tasting of infamous infused wine brand Cannavines. Afterwards, a cannabis & consumption-friendly limo bus will take you to one of our favorite dispensaries so you can begin your tour with whatever product you need! Next we'll head to Rigger’s Loft, one of our favorite wineries in Richmond Point, for a tasting and gorgeous views of the Bay, and then Urbano Cellar Winery in Berkeley for a tasting before heading back to the Oakland Cannabis Creative to wrap up.

You’ll be sure to smoke, drink, and laugh, with new friends all while learning new facts about the Bay Area and cannabis from our entertaining local guides. Don’t miss out on our tour… these tickets are selling out quickly, and space is limited!

To comply with local regulations for cannabis-friendly events, no cannabis is provided in the cost of your ticket.

The Wine & Weed Tour includes:

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  • 4 hour tour
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  • Access to the dab bar at Magnolia Wellness
  • And consumption friendly environments where you can laugh, chat, and consume with friends new and old!

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Duration: 3-Hour Downtown & South Central Los Angeles Canna Tour

On this tour, every day is Friday. And you ain’t got shit to do!

Weed Bus presents our most popular Movie Set Tour! This premier film set tour will take you around the famous film sites of Historic Downtown and South Central Los Angeles. You and your crew will board our luxurious cannabis-friendly party bus with a group of other movie fans, weed heads, and LA sightseers while we drive around Downtown and South Central LA.

Meet us conveniently downtown by Arena. (formally known as the Staples Center). First, we’ll stop at one of LA’s top downtown dispensaries so you can stock up. Choose from their massive selection of flowers, vapes, edibles, drinks–you name it. Have you ever tried a THC-infused margarita or fireball?! We encourage you to step outside your box and try something new!

Then, you’ll step into the iconic Blockbuster film franchise Friday. Sit on Craig’s porch or see what Mrs. Parker’s up to. No matter what, you’ll have plenty of photo opportunities, so have your camera ready.

After, we’ll drive around South Central LA so you can explore the houses from Boyz N the Hood, see iconic streets such as Crenshaw, and Slauson which was owned by the late great Nipsey Hussle. Along the way, you’ll have the opportunity to win big with Friday Trivia and our fan-favorite Blunt Rolling Competition!

Finish up with a stop to satisfy the munchies at one of the many food options at the Village!

Once the tour is over, we will bring you back to the Arena. This gives you the opportunity to continue to explore Los Angeles as the Grammy Museum, Grand Central Market, and other exciting places are nearby.


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  • Kobe Memorial
  • Two Highend Dispensaries
  • Craig’s house
  • Smokey’s mom’s house
  • Mrs. Parker’s house
  • Stanley’s house
  • Steve’s Market
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  • Film sets including Fast and Furious, Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle, I Still Know What You Did Last Summer, Forrest Gump, Legally Blond

Plus, we’ll hit the most popular destinations in LA, including:

  • Arena (formally the Staples Center)
  • Kobe Bryant Memorial
  • Nipsey Square Memorial
  • Crenshaw and Slauson
  • Famous Los Angeles film sites
  • Downtown cannabis lounge
  • The Grammy Museum
  • The Big Donut
  • Olympic Stadium
  • Galaxy Soccer Stadium
  • West Coast Rides
  • University of Southern California
  • Leimert Park
  • And soo much more.

What’s even better is we conveniently start and end in Downtown Los Angeles next to Staples Center, the perfect area of town to continue the party!


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First of all I am very disappointed! I received a text that my tour got cancelled due to an inspection happening. I traveled from the Bay Area and my cousin from Chicago to celebrate her birthday. We are disappointment, I am more because I never heard back from Greentours operator ! The first call it was stated that I would received a reschedule email! I informed her I was traveling from far! That if it was possible for Sunday to attend the tour, no answer because they had to reach to the owner! I called after an hour again. At this point operator was upset and gave me attitude! So I never received and email, call, or text! I wasted $200 dollars on something I never got to experience! But I get an email to state my satisfaction.

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I got my tour off a Groupon for my boyfriend and I. It was super fun, not a crazy amount of walking, and we got to sit on a comfortable air conditioned bus. First stop we got picked up by the bus and drove to the grow op. Sadly their supply had been compromised, so all their plants were removed. However, this gave us access to see parts of the grow op that aren't normally available. Then we go to the dispo and can buy stuff to enjoy on the rest of the tour. We then get in the best and go to a private property to indulge in our spoils. After, you get to watch a glass blowing demo and embrace access to pieces that are heavily discounted. After, we go to get hot dogs and head back to the parking area. The Cannabis Cafe was closed, but I hope to check it out one day!

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I had a very fun time! Unfortunately their supply was compromised, so we could not see plants. However, we got to experience an exclusive tour of the grow op that most people can't see when the plants are there! It was a great value and you get nice discounts on products. I also enjoyed the hot dog place we stopped at. Unfortunately, the cannabis cafe was closed, but I hope it will open soon!

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Cool tour! Had the opportunity to go on the 420 experience over the weekend and it was pretty neat. Stoner Rob was our guide and he was awesome and so was Gene (the driver/owner.) They were both extremely knowledgeable and made the experience so much fun. It was full of trivia, games, & even prizes. We stopped at all of the spots outlined in the description and the lunch at Fab Hot Dogs was amazing. Can't really say anything negative about the day at all. I'd book them again, but probably for a private tour.

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The experience was like no other. My friend and I were the only 2 passengers in the group. Brian was very funny and informative.

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Took this "tour" today and it was a complete waste of money. Arrived at the pick up location with my party of 3 (confirmed reservation) only to see an SUV there to pick up 10 people. We were forced to drive ourselves because there was zero capacity in the car and it was not covid safe. Just completely impractical and unrealistic. We arrived to MMD hoping to take a tour of their growing facility since that was the biggest highlight for me only to find the facility was empty and no growing was happening. We were guided through an empty building with a flashlight on the tour guides phone. This is entire tour was a waste of money!

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Had two friends visiting from NJ who wanted to go on this tour. I must say I'm glad they found this because we had a really awesome time. Ryan, our guide, contributed quite a bit to making this tour as memorable as it turned out. He had a great sense of humor and plenty of knowledge of the industry overall. First stop was a grow operation where Skywalker OG originated. They gave us a lot of information about the laws around cannabis and about the growing processes involved. As an added bonus we got a sweet discount at all the shops we stopped at, so that was cool. We even stopped at a house just for us and he provided everything we needed to smoke, except the medicine itself. Our last stop was Fabs dogs joint. All the food was authentic belly bustin' quality. Perfect for a relaxed ride back to the starting lot. Thanks for everything Ryan! We had a legit HIGH class quality time!

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Did the VIP tour with Stoner Rob and it was the most out of the world experience ever. We visited a popular dispensary [California Compassionate Care] and they showed us how they cultivate their product, answering any and all questions we had. Then we were able to buy from their store at discounted prices. Mind you, they had a WIDE selection of things to buy. From concentrates and edibles, to all kinds of flowers. We then visited American Made Glass (AMG) company and saw how they handmade each and every single one of their pieces. Their glass blowers are truly the best! You'll see why when you do the tour. At AMG, we were able to buy things at half off, so that turned into a shopping trip in and of itself. After the shop, we ate at Fab Dogs and called it a day. I highly recommend this tour to anyone interested in the cannabis. This tour brings you closer to the industry and it's done in a way that makes you feel included. Rob made the whole experience worth every penny and the time just flew by with all the fun we were having.

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A bit of a scientific point of view and product differentiation, and only good for someone who knows zero about weed. Actually the experience was kind of stupid and very basic... better for a below average pot user.

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Our tour was top notch! Ryan was most excellent!! He really made the tour experience. Friendly, knowledgeable and very nice. :) I would HIGHLY recommended this tour. Hope you get Ryan.

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My dreams have finally come true!! Marijuana tours!! Oh my F***ing god!! This is amazing! Got picked up in an awesome sprinter van, super comfy, great AC, flat screen TV, snacks and drinks!! Parking was super easy, we all got picked up and off to the tour! Immediately took us to an amazing dispensary and huge grow facility! I'm a stoner and to be able to see the plant grow in person was one of the coolest experiences ever! got some bomb weed, pre rolls, edibles and a bunch of concentrates!!! Then we got taken to a good old fashion back yard sheesh! Nice house in a great area with snacks, drinks, bongs, papers and rigs! Then we went to a private glass blowing tour. That was dope. The glass blower was amazing and so talented. I couldn't resist I had to get a long stemmed pipe and 6" rig! Couldn't beat the price!! Wholesale baby! as if that wasn't enough the next stop was the hitman coffee shop and gallery. THAT WAS SO TIGHT!! Some of the coolest glass I've ever seen. Got to chill and smoke all day! What an experience!! Thank you guys so much!! Cants wait to bring my friends!! If your looking for an amazing 4/20 experience check these guys out! You can't go wrong!!

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Three hours into Bruce Springsteen ‘s epic return to Los Angeles on Thursday night with the E Street Band, he stared down the sold-out crowd at the Forum. “Do you have anything left?” he shouted, midway through “Twist and Shout,” the second-to-last song of his first L.A. show in eight years. Five decades in, the magic of a Springsteen show remains: He always seems to have a little bit left in the tank. 

The 2024 version of the tour has been looser than last year’s, which stuck fairly close to a single set list, and Thursday was no exception. Springsteen kicked off with a true rarity, a cover of John Lee Hooker’s “Boom Boom” (most frequently played on the Tunnel of Love Express Tour back in 1988), before jumping into “Lonesome Day” (rarely played last year, but now a staple in the set) and “Prove It All Night,” then his live -favorite arena-rock reworking of Jimmy Cliff’s “Trapped.”

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Six dates into their return to the road, Springsteen and the E Street Band sounded like they had never been interrupted. “Are you having fun yet? Because we haven’t had fun yet,” Springsteen told the crowd just over an hour into his show. “This is our pre-fun. We’re here to wake you up, shake you up, and take you to higher ground. The E Street Band is here to bring the joyous power of rock & roll into your life. But we need your help. We plan on sending you home with your feet hurting, your hands hurting, your ass in paralysis, and your sexual organs stimulated.”

Springsteen maintains a remarkably simple setup and show presentation compared to the other blockbuster live shows currently on the road. The visuals are limited to video screens and elegant stage lights, keeping the focus on the 17 musicians onstage with him. He doesn’t really need much else. 

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From there, the show was all joy and catharsis, with an unbroken string of hits and live favorites, beginning with Nils Lofgren’s jaw-dropping guitar virtuosity on “Because the Night,” and inevitably reaching “Thunder Road” and “Born to Run.” As he has throughout the tour, Springsteen finished the show alone with his meditation on life after death, “I’ll See You in My Dreams.” 

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L.A. synagogue’s invite to Muslims for Ramadan ends in tears and resignations. Can they heal?

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It started with good intentions.

When a Jewish temple in the San Fernando Valley opened its doors to Muslims for the holy month of Ramadan, its rabbis hoped to offer a model of interfaith outreach.

“There is more that unites us than divides us,” Rabbis Stewart Vogel and Richard Camras wrote in an email to Hamakom L.A. ’s congregation announcing their plan to rent their synagogue to the Islamic Society of West Valley , whose own house of worship was too small to accommodate everyone for the holiday.

The rabbis understood that their plan was unusual, particularly at a time when death and destruction in the Middle East weigh heavily on Muslim and Jewish communities around the world.

But they sought to transcend that. Their temple — formed last summer in the affluent neighborhood of Woodland Hills when two synagogues merged — would be a beacon of goodwill and understanding, a place where L.A. Jews and Muslims could gather in mutual toleration, appreciation and grace.

Hamakom is a strongly Zionist community that believes Israel has a right to self-defense and self-determination. Many in the congregation were shocked when they read the rabbis’ email.

Some worried about security. Others were bothered their evening programs and Friday Shabbat service would move to a different location. Most of all they wondered: Why were they notified the same day of the first Ramadan prayer service?

The dissent might have ended there. But just a few hours before Muslim worshipers started to arrive at the temple, a photo began to circulate.

It showed a display honoring Israelis taken hostage by Hamas in its Oct. 7 . attack had been covered.

For many in the Hamakom congregation, the covering of Israeli hostages was a step too far. It represented an erasure of Israeli suffering and an unnecessary concession to political adversaries.

“It reminded me of World War II when Jews turned in Jews,” said Ronald Freeman, 69, a real estate investor and synagogue member for 40 years. “You want to use the word ‘traitor’ — I don’t know — or ‘collaborator.’ But that was so damn offensive to me.”

Even congregants who supported renting the space to an Islamic society said obscuring the hostage photos was a sacrilege.

“My heart was betrayed,” Vera Rubinstein, a member whose grandchildren attend the temple’s Hebrew school, posted on Facebook. “This was an absolute shonda!”

The partnership between the synagogue and mosque was the product of years of interfaith work.

When Shaykh Suhail Mulla joined the Islamic Society of West Valley in 2017 as resident scholar, Vogel and the other rabbis at Temple Aliyah invited him to speak at a Shabbat service to honor the legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

Later that year, vandals painted antisemitic graffiti , including a swastika, on the guard shack at the entrance of the synagogue. Mulla, 51, a former social worker who leads a spiritual and psychological wellness center, delivered flowers.

A man.

Vogel , who trained in interfaith dialogue between Christians and Jews in the 1980s, reciprocated by attending a communal iftar meal to break the fast of Ramadan.

Dialogue is important, Vogel said, “because it challenges us to look beyond our assumptions, learn from one another and work together towards a more inclusive and harmonious society.”

Over the years, Mulla and Vogel swapped notes over coffee and lunch about spiritual leadership and how to connect with congregants.

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One of Mulla’s biggest challenges was that the west San Fernando Valley’s Muslim community was growing so fast that his congregants could no longer squeeze into his small mosque for Ramadan.

So when Temple Aliyah merged with Shomrei Torah last summer, the Islamic Society began negotiating with Hamakom’s real estate board to buy the old Temple Aliyah later this year when Hamakom moved into a renovated home at Shomrei Torah.

The goodwill continued even after Oct. 7, when Hamas killed 1,200 Israelis and seized about 250 hostages.

Hamakom erected the tribute to hostages in a hallway and sent care packages to Israeli soldiers. In January, Rabbi Camras led a “solidarity mission” trip to Israel to witness the destruction at Kibbutz Kfar Aza and the Nova music festival .

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Four miles east in Canoga Park, the Islamic Society held nightly prayers for Palestinians as Israel bombarded the Gaza Strip. As the death toll climbed to 32,000 people and Gaza residents were trapped without food and basic supplies, the society also encouraged members to raise funds for Palestinian relief.

Through it all, the rabbis and imam maintain faith in the ties that bound Judaism and Islam together: a common origin in the Middle East through Abraham; a tradition of strict monotheism emphasizing the oneness of God; a reverence for biblical and Quranic shared prophets from Isaac to Moses.

“We have tried to build the understanding that we are relatives to one another,” Camras said.

Mulla agreed: “If two communities are going to band together, what better two communities than these?”

The rabbis and the imam did not broach the issue of the Israeli hostage photos until two days before Ramadan.

When Mulla came to Hamakom on March 8 to shoot a video with Vogel and Camras to promote their interfaith partnership, Vogel suggested they cover the photos.

It was a short conversation.

“It was brought up in the context of, ‘We both want to feel comfortable in this space. We don’t want anything to offend you,’” Mulla said. “‘We will cover those up. We don’t want anybody in your community to be triggered.’”

In a gesture of sensitivity to the temple’s Muslim guests, Mulla said, Vogel also offered to cover up Hebrew scrolls in the lobby. But Mulla declined because he felt covering the scrolls would be sacrilegious.

Mulla did agree to covering up the hostage photos, believing it was a political rather than theological display. But he stressed he did not ask for it to be taken down.

“Our people would have come into the space and respected the space, regardless,” Mulla said. “They know they’re coming into another community space.”

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On Friday night, Vogel said, he realized he had “extended the offer without thorough consideration” and made a “mistake in judgment.” But it was Shabbat, the Jewish day of rest.

The next day, Vogel and Camras agreed the hostages were an emotional issue and covering the photos was not in the best interest of their community. They reversed the decision.

But no one informed the custodial crew that had gotten instructions to cover the photos.

When Mulla arrived at Hamakom’s bright white synagogue on March 10, half an hour before the first Ramadan prayer service began, he was overjoyed to welcome his community to such a comfortable new space — one he hoped would be their eventual home.

But Mulla immediately realized there was a problem.

Next to the covered photos in the lobby, he said, he spotted Hamakom’s executive director, Aliza Goland, in tears.

“Is everything OK?” Mulla asked as he sat next to her. “What’s wrong?”

Mulla said Goland told him she had been bombarded with emails from synagogue members.

“There’s just been so much hate from our community,” Mulla said Goland told him.

Goland declined to confirm or deny this. In an email to The Times, she said that Hamakom’s leadership team “received comments from the congregation through email” and that the situation “upset many.”

Scores of Muslim families were already spilling into the temple. Soon hundreds of worshipers were kneeling in lines facing Mecca for the Isha prayer.

Among those in attendance was Hussam Ayloush, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations office in Los Angeles and a contentious figure in some Jewish circles for his public statements since Oct. 7. He has generated headlines for saying, “Israel does not have the right to defend itself” and “For 75 years, every single day for the Palestinian people had been Oct. 7.”

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Stepping on to a mini-stage inside the temple, Ayloush called on the congregation to build interfaith bridges and urged worshipers to be thankful for the privileges they enjoyed when many people around the world, including in Gaza, had lost the ability to break fast.

“We’re fasting by choice and will break our fast by choice,” Ayloush said. “The people of Gaza don’t have the means, don’t have access to food and drink.”

About half an hour later, in the middle of Tarawih prayers, one of the Islamic Society’s administrators told Mulla he’d gotten a text from Hamakom’s board chairman. He wanted to meet.

“The community’s unhappy,” the administrator said.

Mulla stepped up to the stage to deliver a message of unity, telling the congregation that “Hamakom” — the name of the Jewish temple they gathered in — meant “the place” in Hebrew and that Muslims have the same terminology in the Quran: Maqam Ibrahim, the place of Abraham.

After the service, Mulla resumed his conversation with the administrator, who had received more information and looked broken down.

“How bad is it?” Mulla asked.

Some of Hamakom’s members had threatened to revoke their membership and financial support, the administrator told him. The synagogue was terminating its rental agreement with the Islamic Society.

Hamakom’s leaders were stunned to discover Ayloush had spoken at their temple.

His presence, coupled with the covering of the hostage photos, upset Hamakom members who lost family members or friends on Oct. 7 and had deep connections with families of the hostages.

“Someone with a history of that kind of rhetoric ... ,” Vogel said. “We would not have had him speak.”

Mulla, in turn, was surprised the rabbis opposed the presence of Ayloush.

The Islamic Society invited Ayloush, a well-respected figure in the Muslim community, to build enthusiasm and quell any hesitation about gathering in a Jewish synagogue, he said. Ayloush’s views about Israel and its invasion of Gaza, he added, aligned with most U.S. Muslim leaders — including himself.

“The vast majority of Muslim leadership in America does not agree with taking of innocent life in the massive way that they have, engaging in genocide and apartheid policies in violation of U.N. injunctions,” Mulla said.

Hamakom uncovered the Israeli hostage photos not long after the Ramadan service ended. Then leaders went into damage control mode.

Two days after announcing the interfaith partnership, Hamakom’s senior leaders told their congregation that their decision-making and communication were “significantly flawed” and apologized for covering the hostage photos.

“This mistake was ours, and for it, we are deeply sorry,” they said in an email.

In town hall meetings and a statement to the community , Hamakom’s leaders announced two co-presidents had resigned. Going forward, they pledged to solicit community input and make sure their actions aligned with members’ values.

After the town halls, Rubinstein, the synagogue member, posted on social media that she was disheartened and worried about the safety of her grandchildren. The lack of transparency with the community, she said, “made me sick in my bones.”

Still, Rubinstein felt empathy for the rabbis and applauded their openness.

“It takes time to heal, time to trust again ... ,” she wrote in response to a Hamakom post on Facebook. “I have time.”

The post was later deleted.

Several Hamakom congregants asked to speak to The Times anonymously because they had personal connections with synagogue leaders or feared retaliation from outsiders.

One long-standing member said, “You don’t rent to your enemy in the middle of a war without consulting your congregation.”

Another member said he was OK with renting the space to the Islamic Society, but found the covering of the hostage photos immoral, a sign that “extreme progressive” rabbis were out of step with moderate and conservative members.

“I don’t think anything was done out of malice,” he said. “I just think there are blinders.”

The evening after their first prayer service at the synagogue, Muslim worshipers packed into their tiny mosque.

Yusuf Khan, a 54-year-old data engineer who is a member of the Islamic Society, said he, like everyone, was disappointed the community had lost its dream of the temple as a new home. But as the days passed, he worried more about how the unraveling of the partnership could harm efforts to build stronger interfaith relationships.

The controversy, Khan said, weighed particularly on children.

After the lease was canceled, a middle school kid told him: “Hey, I guess the Jews really hate us.”

“We had to correct them: ‘No, we’ve had really good relations. We’ve been trying to bridge whatever misconceptions,’” Khan said. “You can go on and on try to explain that to a young person. But, you know, that’s not realistic, right?”

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Mulla was anguished. The morning after the prayer service at Hamakom, Vogel had called Mulla to confirm the rental agreement was over and apologize.

Mulla saw Vogel as a gentleman and a good man. But he couldn’t help feeling the rabbis had caved to bigoted members of their congregation.

When an Islamic Society board member returned to the temple to collect equipment, Mulla said, he was escorted by an armed security guard. That felt unnecessarily hostile, Mulla said.

“OK, there is hurt in that community,” Mulla said. “But then it just translated into hate pretty quickly.”

Mulla believed the rabbis overestimated their congregation and had not realized anti-Muslim bigotry was in their ranks. But once they did realize, he said, they shied away from their duties as spiritual leaders.

“Part of the function and responsibility of religious leadership is guiding congregations and individual members towards what is good for them,” Mulla said. “What is good for them is to renounce hate and strive for love.”

On the 15th day of Ramadan, the Islamic Society’s board of directors put out a statement that Hamakom terminated their agreement in response to a section of its community driven by “baseless fear and prejudice against Muslims.”

The Islamic Society community was traumatized by a “proliferation of reactionary and vitriolic messages online,” they wrote, “originating from Hamakom community members (which have since been deleted).”

Mulla and the board chair could not provide screenshots of any messages after Hamakom deleted posts on Facebook and other social media sites.

Vogel felt disheartened as he read the Islamic Society’s statement. It was a reminder, he said, that fear, misunderstanding and prejudice can thwart attempts to build bridges.

“While the pain stemming from Oct. 7 is real and valid, it should never justify the expression of hate or prejudice.” Vogel said. “The transformation of hurt into hate, especially when it manifests as anti-Muslim sentiment, contradicts the core values of empathy, understanding and respect.”

But Vogel wouldn’t say whether he thought anyone in his community expressed hate or made anti-Muslim comments. “I cannot speak to any specific comments members of the congregation have made,” he said.

The rabbis ultimately agreed with Mulla that their job as spiritual leaders is to push around the edges and challenge members to live up to their shared spiritual values.

But the ordeal, they said, taught them that sometimes they have to be patient and allow healing to take place.

“Look, what we’ve realized is that when it comes to interfaith relations, there’s a time to push ahead, there’s a time to take a pause,” Vogel said. “And this comes to the post-Oct. 7 reality.”

After the canceling of the rental agreement, the Islamic Society invited Vogel and other Hamakom rabbis to join an interfaith iftar dinner Thursday at its mosque.

Vogel texted Mulla to tell him he would be traveling out of town and unable to attend. But he wished him good luck.

Mulla said the conflict had not dimmed his commitment to interfaith work — or his commitment to highlighting the plight of starving Palestinians. He planned to bring up the issue at the interfaith ceremony.

“Our nightly prayers are for Palestine and Palestinians, and those cut off from the most basic of human necessities,” Mulla said. “If that’s offensive to anyone, shame on them.”

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