Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Does being Critical of Israel make One an Antisemite?

Many on the left deny a connection between being "critical of Israel" and being antisemites. This mirrors their denial of any connection between Islam and terrorism. But they are unfairly and consistently "critical of Israel", and unfairly and consistently critical of no one else. It is a fair assumption that they are both enemies of Israel and enemies of the Jews. And we should say so to their faces.

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  1. Gavin Screwsome7:25 PM

    You've got to realize that there are always anti-semites in the crowd. There are those who went to church and fully believe that the jews killed Jesus. They will always hate us god-killers. Then there are those that believe that the jews control all the money in the world and the reason they are not rich themselves is because the filthy Jew is hoarding all the money. Then there are all the Arabs in the world who think the Jews stole the best land in the Middle East, even if there is no oil. There are the people who think the Jews control Hollywood and all the media just to spread liberal lies and push abortion, affirmative action and the mixing of the races . And then you have the fans of Hitler, the KKK and all the other white supremacy groups that blame the Jews for all the problems of the world. I'm sure there are many more, but you get the point. The wonder is that there are non Jews who do not hate the Jews. They are to be cherished as a rare piece of art.

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