A month of terrible anti-Semitic attacks culminated with a stabbing yesterday of multiple people at a Hanukkah celebration at a rabbi’s home in Monsey, New York.
I assumed that, after the Holocaust, the world recognized where anti-Semitic rhetoric can lead. I was wrong.
He accuses “Zionists” of lacking the very things that sustained Jews through the trials of their collective experience.
Trump’s family-separation policy is horrible, but equating it with genocide is both historically and strategically misguided.
Not every tragedy is a genocide or a Holocaust. But the Syrian president is making it easier and easier to make the comparison.
It is more than accuracy that is under assault. It is the ability to identify contemporary culprits, and see clearly the damage that they are doing.
The White House statement on Holocaust Remembrance day did not mention Jews or antisemitism.