If Louis Farrakhan should be denounced for his anti-Semitism, shouldn’t the Secretary of State nominee be questioned about his anti-Muslim bigotry?
Even discounting the JCC bomb threats, many of which were conducted by a Jewish Israeli, reported incidents still increased by 43 percent over 2016.
He also said that the British government may be involved “in this unlawful election interference.”
“The congressman was insistent that…he didn’t subscribe to Farrakhan’s anti-Semitic statements and actions in the past,” an ADL official said.
He also compared African refugees in Israel to the “Dreamers” in the United States.
Campuses in Texas and California saw the most incidents recorded last fall at 61 and 43, respectively.
A 2005 photo of Obama and Farrakhan, who has frequently been accused of anti-Semitism, was unearthed last week.
White supremacists and other extremists that populate America’s far-right fringe are responsible for the majority of the fatalities.
JVP’s book “On Antisemitism” is an anthology, so it does make many claims. But it does not say criticism of Israel can never be anti-Semitic.
Who would want to label themselves a “proud anti-Semite”?