When mainstream publications award accolades to antisemitic materials, they contribute to the normalization of antisemitism.
Brian Lamb retires as founder and chief of a network on which the only nation routinely vilified is the only democratic, free enterprise country in the Middle East.
Haaretz's inexplicable inclusion of Linda Sarsour's condemnation of the synagogue massacre alongside those of Israeli leaders is puzzling. But the paper's failure to note Sarsour's embrace of Louis Farrakhan is downright reprehensible, and gives a false hechsher (kosher stamp) to a purveyor of anti-Semitism.
The head of the Nation of Islam, Louis Farrakhan, has said that Jews are “not really Jews but are in fact Satan,” and as “great and master deceivers” they should be considered “the enemy of God and the enemy of the righteous.” Despite his well-known position as a purveyor of hatred, Netflix nearly broadcast a hagiographical “documentary” made by Farrakhan’s son.
The C-SPAN “public service” network perpetrates another of its numerous disservices to the public discourse by broadcasting a Louis Farrakhan hate-America, hate-Israel tirade.
“Palestinian Lives Matter” attempts to hijack a movement. Washington Post columnists fail to expose the anti-Jewish propaganda behind the ploy.