My latest is on Jeremy Corbyn, Sarah Halimi and a dozen other enraging stories about Jew-hatred that haven’t really made news.
I wrote this less than a month ago. I could refresh it today with a dozen new examples
All should read crucial column in today's . She connects the dots on what has been saying again and again in recent days/weeks/months/years about the frightening surge of #antisemitism on both sides of the Atlantic.
"Unless Jews are murdered by neo-Nazis, the one group everyone of conscience recognizes as evil, Jews’ inconvenient murders, their beatings, their discrimination, the singling out of their state for demonization will be explained away," writes
If you read only one thing today, it should be this column by . Anyone who doesn't think we're in the midst of a spreading plague, just doesn't think. And no one puts it better than Bari.
"We are suffering from a widespread social health epidemic and it is rooted in the cheapening of Jewish blood," writes
Read disturbing ⁦⁩ “even those who seek to uplift the marginalized can’t seem to find their voice when it comes to Jews facing anti-Semitism” via
In Opinion writes, "Allow me to put it plainly: We are suffering from a widespread social health epidemic and it is rooted in the cheapening of Jewish blood."
"So allow me to put it plainly: We are suffering from a widespread social health epidemic and it is rooted in the cheapening of Jewish blood." A powerful commentary by on the growing epidemic of anti-Semitism ignored by most media outlets.
Inconvenient Murders: The global surge in Jew-hatred barely registers in the West. “Other issues, Jews are told, are more important than their own safety. Sometimes their fears are dismissed as ‘hysteria.’”
The necessary, disturbing roundup from
Can't look away now. We've got to meet this destructive and defining moment with all the Jewish light we can muster, and include anyone who wants in. Weiss sounds the alarm. Inconvenient Murders
“The theme is that Jew-hatred is surging and yet Jewish victimhood does not command attention or inspire popular outrage.” Every word of this essay by ⁩ #antisemitism
Inconvenient Murders
"Even those who seek to uplift the marginalized can’t seem to find their voice when it comes to Jews facing anti-Semitism" writes in
“Jew-hatred is surging and yet Jewish victimhood does not command attention or inspire popular outrage.... This is what happens when a culture decides that Jewish lives are stumbling stones.”
In which reminds the NYT editors why they regret hiring her
Read on the global surge of anti-semitism. She is particularly good on the anti-Semitism of the UK Labour party and its leader, Jeremy Corbyn
Chaser: "If hatred of Jews can be justified as a misunderstanding or ignored as a mistake or played down as a slip of the tongue or waved away as “just anti-Zionism,” you can all but guarantee it will be."
An astute, devastating, and important column from
From ⁦⁩: A very disturbing column on the anti-Semitism of ⁦
"Even those who seek to uplift the marginalized can’t seem to find their voice when it comes to Jews facing anti-Semitism."
Inconvenient Murders
"Unless Jews are murdered by neo-Nazis, the one group everyone of conscience recognizes as evil, Jews’ inconvenient murders, their beatings, their discrimination, the singling out of their state for demonization will be explained away."
Inconvenient Murders by A must read