Yisrael Medad, in Israel since 1970, Hebrew U. MA, resides in Shiloh and is an activist for Zionism and Judea & Samaria.
- 4.The Jewish Problem - From anti-Judaism to anti-SemitismWed Aug 27, 2014
Mon,Sep 1,2014 6 Elul 5774
…there is a huge difference between prejudices that may have been at work with a person here and there and a policy of anti-Semitism in which a large number of people—judges, security officials, military personnel, politicians—would have had to be complicit…it is simply incredible to think that a vendetta against the Jewish community could be taking place without these Jews being aware of it, or that they would tolerate it for a single second if they knew it to exist.
A little less pontificating, please, and a little more reality.
“I certainly don’t think that it is universally true, but in the case of some American individuals, I think there is anti-Semitism at work here.”
The Anti-Defamation League’s national director, Abraham Foxman , criticized Pollard’s continued incarceration last month, calling it “on the verge of anti-Semitism.” He said he believed Pollard was being kept in prison to intimidate American Jews. “It is an intimidation that can only be based on an anti-Semitic stereotype about the Jewish community,” he said,