Tuesday, July 29, 2003


“Anti-Semitism is no longer the exclusive preserve of the Ku Klux Klan, the uneducated, the outcasts, and sheeted bigots of the night. The bigotries at home are nurtured now on the left, by domestic radicals allied with the usual suspects abroad. This is not easy for some of us to get used to.

Phyllis Chesler, a left-wing feminist, was a reluctant candidate to become a ''professional Jew,'' as she puts it in ''The New Anti-Semitism: The Current Crisis and What We Must Do About it.'' The role was thrust upon her by men and women she thought were her intellectual, emotional, and social comrades in arms against injustice, but who took an irrational detour into vicious mendacity, spouting demented politically correct propaganda against Jews and Americans everywhere.”

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