Republican Senator Writes New York Times Op-Ed. Zionist Jews Get Blamed.
by Ira Stoll
June 7, 2020
Anti-Israel groups are pouncing on a controversy over an opinion piece by a Republican senator in the New York Times, scapegoating two openly Zionist editors there. The article by Senator Tom Cotton, headlined “Send in the Troops,” called for the deployment of the US military to quell what the article called an “orgy of violence,” and “rioters and looters” in American cities following the death in police custody of George Floyd…Anti-Israel groups are seizing on the flap to target the few openly Zionist editors at the Times, including [Adam] Rubenstein and Bari Weiss. READ MORE
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