General Michael T. Flynn, Trump’s former national security adviser who resigned Monday night after reports that he had possibly lied to the FBI, spoke at Ahavath Torah Congregation in Stoughton, Massachusets as a part of their Hausman Memorial Speaker Series in August — and, as it turns out, also made false statements there that were debunked as “Pants on Fire” by PolitiFacts and subsequently called out by CNN.
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“The truth,” writes Bernard Henri-Levy in his recent book, The Genius of Judaism, “is that one can now be anti-Semitic only by being anti-Zionist; anti-Zionism is the required path for any anti-Semitism that wishes to expand its recruiting pool beyond those still nostalgic for the discredited brotherhoods.”
The Women’s March was set for a Saturday morning. My first impression was that the organizers didn’t care whether Jewish women attended or simply knew nothing about Judaism. Such is the life of a minority. Religious Jews worship in synagogues on Shabbat mornings and don’t travel that day. Wanting to join the Women’s March, the first hurdle was to decide whether to attend in spirit or on my feet.