2006: Fact or Faux Pas?

In lieu of establishing a “Jewish Awareness Month” in 2007, take the YPASI (You’re Probably An Antisemite If…) test to see if you’re an A-S.

1) When comedian Michael Richards said that he identified as Jewish, you felt:

2) This past year, Yale University launched the Initiative for Interdisciplinary Study of Antisemitism because:

3) Judith Regan was fired from HarperCollins for:

4) We’ll know if Mel Gibson falls off the wagon again if he:

5) In 2006, the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights recommended that the U.S. Congress clarify that Title VI applies to discrimination against Jewish students, because:

6) Earlier this month, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad hosted Tehran’s International Conference To Review the Global Vision of the Holocaust after previously calling the Holocaust a “fairy tale” because:

7) Former President Jimmy Carter’s latest book, “Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid,” is:

8) This year, New York City’s Second Avenue Deli closed because:

9) Who is most likely to become president: a Caucasian female, a black male or a Jew (male, female or transgendered)?

10) Please write a 1,541-word essay on “How the Jews Control the Oil Industry.” (Please include any conspiracy theories, footnotes and photographs.)

Written by

Catie Lazarus

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