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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Friday, June 23, 2017

Op-Ed

The wave of hatred and anti-Semitic acts sweeping America and abroad is shameful, disturbing and almost unfathomable. It is shocking to witness the stubborn resurgence of deviant behavior so soundly overcome by the victory of the Allies in World War II over the perpetrators of the Holocaust, by the rise of the State of Israel, and by the enduring fundamental internationally shared value that people should be free to worship as they wish; a core value explicitly recognized in our Constitution, advanced by President Roosevelt in his Four Freedoms Speech and adopted by the United Nations in its Declaration of Human Rights. And yet anti-Semitism is on the rise. I write because it is wrong to silently tolerate intolerance.

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(Continued from last week)

As individuals and groups began yelling at me, I calmly talked about how nearly a million Jews had been forced out of Muslim countries; that infidels, especially Christians, faced serious persecution in Muslim countries; and that gender apartheid is characterized by forced face veiling, purdah (sequestration of women); child marriage, polygamy, female genital mutilation, normative, often daily daughter and wife beating—and human sacrifice: Honor Killing.

I had to be

The editor of The Forward basically expresses her "dread, despair and embarrassment" that Israel avoided extermination in 1967

It is indeed a sad day when an article by the editor of a major Jewish publication fully crosses the line in order to adopt an anti-Semitic narrative about Jews and Israel. But when it is the editor of The Forward who expresses her "dread, despair and embarrassment" that Israel avoided extermination in 1967, we can express our disappointment, but few of us are

Linda Sarsour, recently chosen as the commencement speaker at CUNY’s School of Public Health, has had a good run. Until recently, she’d convinced a lot of people that she stood for progressive liberalism, stood for feminism, stood for dignity, human rights and all of the things that people who favor the liberal left say they stand for, too.

But there’s an old saying: You can’t hide the crazy.

Rasmea Yousef Odeh tried to hide it, and was successful for a little while. Odeh — the Popular Front

There's a time limit on the Trump administration's tolerance of Palestinian shenanigans

The day after Israel celebrates its 69th Independence Day, President Donald Trump will greet PLO chief Mahmoud Abbas at the White House. The date of their meeting, May 3, is notable not least for its timing.

The timing of the meeting presumes a linkage between the establishment of Israel and the establishment of a Palestinian state. This is not merely obnoxious, it is also blind to reality.

In reality, an