Why does the Jewish left seem so vigorous in their public condemnation of he Bad Jews, and at the same time emphasizing that they themselves are he Good Jews?
• The Israeli leadership and many in the American Jewish community have unintentionally played into this latest bid to establish moral equivalence between the principally Jewish victims of the Holocaust and the so-called “victims of Zionist aggression.” I am mystified by the lengths Jews in Israel and elsewhere have gone — not just to denounce Goldstein’s criminal conduct — but to apologize for it. Such apologies unavoidably imply an association with — and responsibility for — the crime. [Worst of all,] the apologies for Baruch Goldstein are being tendered in the context of Israel’s titanic ideological struggle with its Arab foes…. – Frank J. Gaffney, in the speech “A CALL TO ARMS IN THE JEWS’ ‘IDEOLOGICAL WAR'”, U.S. Senate Caucus Room, 16 March 1994 • …leftist Jewish movements [are afflicted with] the disease of self-hatred and hatred of one’s brethren. Jews who hate their Jewishness loathe their heritage and do everything in order to divide the people into two: into the pres
- Why does the Jewish left seem so vigorous in their public condemnation of he Bad Jews, and at the same time emphasizing that they themselves are he Good Jews?
- Is it time for Boston ‘to reevaluate the benefit package for public employees’?
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