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  • July 13, 2020

    Why is Anti-Semitism So Easy to Forgive?

    Jewish Journal of Los Angeles

    The guardrails on anti-Semitism seem to have fallen off. This has been an unforgettable week for Jew-hatred — and even Jewish self-hatred.

    And those who spoke ill-advisably had perfect alibis. The indignation of Black people is now acceptably overdue. Meanwhile, Jewish Americans are undergoing a severe case of uber white privilege. A tipping point of feverish anti-Semitism has arrived — just in time for summer.

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  • July 6, 2020

    Annexation Will Not End the World

    Jewish Journal of Los Angeles

    This week’s cliffhanger won’t be about the coronavirus making a fool of cocky states or the domino effect of toppling statues that righteously started with Confederate slaveholders, then journeyed to Christopher Columbus, and now has Abraham Lincoln cowering behind his marble chair on the Mall.

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