Columbia University celebrates anti-Semitism
by Clifford D. May
October 2, 2019
There are very few Jews in Malaysia. I know because I checked with the intelligence community — or at least looked it up in the CIA World Factbook. But my point is that even though Malaysia has very few Jews, it apparently has its share of Jew-haters. Why should Malaysians miss out on this ancient yet increasingly fashionable brand of bigotry Malaysia’s most celebrated Jew-hater is Mahathir Mohamad, the country’s 94-year-old former prime minister. Last week, Columbia University joined in the celebration. Ben Cohen of the Algemeiner was apparently the only reporter who considered the event significant enough to cover. READ MORE
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