Israeli Jews obviously have as much reason to worry about Palestinian terrorism and unrelenting Arab-Muslim enmity towards the Jewish state.
“We care about, everyone deserves to rest in peace, and no one should be afraid in a place of worship.”
From now on, our shul will keep its doors locked at all times. Even during davvening.
As Linda Sarsour attempts to deflect the calls for her to resign from the Women’s March, she bears a resemblance to Donald Trump.
Expecting the people who have been harmed by Israel to fight for it is unrealistic and deeply unfair.
“We should have been faster and clearer in helping people understand our values and our commitment to fighting anti-semitism. We regret that.”
Powerful in some senses yet vulnerable in others, Sarsour is a lot like the community she has offended.
She’s “stepping up” to support “grassroots, decentralized leadership promoting a safe, worldwide community devoid of hate speech, bigotry and racism.”
More recently, Sarsour doubled down, castigating establishment Democrats by implying that their patronage of Israel is antithetical to human rights:
An audience convinced of Sarsour’s anti-Semitism reacted viscerally to her post accusing some of being more loyal to Israel than to liberal values.