“Who else but an anti-Semite would feel threatened by the Star of David, an age-old symbol of a faith and a people?”

HUFFINGTON POST
Time to Call Out Activists’ Anti-Semitic Bigotry
by Rabbi Abraham Cooper
July 5, 2017

Two days after the incident, organizers of the Chicago Dyke March not only refused to apologize, they doubled down on their bigotry. They justified throwing out the three participants displaying the Jewish symbols by declaring that “Zionism is an inherently white-supremacist ideology.” That would be news to Israelis whose families hail from Morocco, India, Syria, Egypt, Yemen, and Libya. And it would be a real shocker to Yityish Aynaw, the first black Miss Israel and the over 100,000 other Ethiopian Jews who have returned to the Land of Israel. As for the White Supremacist canard, it came about 75 years too late for 6 million European Jews. READ MORE

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One Response to “Who else but an anti-Semite would feel threatened by the Star of David, an age-old symbol of a faith and a people?”

  1. larryzb says:

    Perhaps a Palestinian who has seen Israeli violence would feel threatened.

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