Some Jewish defenders of Trump had claimed he wasn’t talking about dual loyalty to Israel on Tuesday. That turned out not to be the case.
They condemned Trump but didn’t explicitly call it “anti-Semitic” like they did with Omar. Meanwhile, Jewish Democrats in Congress did the opposite.
“I am a proud Jewish person, and I have no concerns about voting Democratic. In fact, I intend to vote for a Jewish man to become the next president.”
“Any Jewish people that vote for a Democrat — I think it shows either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty.”
Ocasio-Cortez told the Forward in December that she had “no plans” to visit Israel or anywhere else in the region.
The “blood libel” had been used as a pretext for pogroms and other anti-Semitic acts for centuries.
An Israeli law allows the government to ban supporters of BDS. But some pro-Israel groups who have criticized the pair say the move is an own goal.
When neighbors reported the smell of gas, the fire department discovered what may have been an attempted arson. The house exploded three days later.
The congregation believes that they can be Jewish and think Jesus is the Messiah. They were still targeted by an anti-Semite.
“It’s hard and it does take a long time, but I’ve seen it happen,” he said.