“My great-grandfather was a Spanish rabbi, a Sephardic Jewish man. As much heat as I’ve been catching from the public, this hit home in a real way.
People have been comparing crowded train or plane rides to cattle cars since the American Civil War, long before the Holocaust.
They condemned Trump but didn’t explicitly call it “anti-Semitic” like they did with Omar. Meanwhile, Jewish Democrats in Congress did the opposite.
By not taking a more hardline stance against Trump, American Jewish organizations are losing their moral credibility.
“I fear that the same problems that have stood in the way of Black/Jewish alliances will continue to plague this Caucus….Israel/Palestine.”
“Anti-Semitic thinking and stereotyping are very common…even among those who emphasize that they ‘respect’ Judaism.”
“Extremist groups have come to realize our houses of worship are an Achilles’ heel,” a security expert explained.
The American Jewish Committee is on Team McMaster, but the Zionist Organization of America is opposed to him, siding with Steve Bannon.
The National Security Advisor noted a “reassessment of regional relationships, most notably between Israel and a number of our Arab partners.”
Mainstream Jewish groups are getting behind President Donald Trump’s strike on a Syrian airbase late Thursday night.