Wednesday, July 24, 2019

In Europe, anti-Semitism is back, from the masses to their leaders

By The Hill, July 22, 2019

There comes a time in any decent person’s life when they should face reality and say, “No more.” We are at such a point — the radical has become mainstream, and anti-Semitism has moved from the edges of society to the heart of the political system in certain European countries.

When we look at the situation, in Europe and the United States, with clear eyes and zoom out to get a full view, we can’t help but reach the sad, scary conclusion that anti-Semitism is back. We may be facing the strongest rise of anti-Semitism in decades, as it comes from both directions — from the leaders to the masses, and from the masses to the leaders. And while we usually identified anti-Semitism as a radical right-wing phenomenon, its current reincarnation often comes from the other end of the spectrum — the radical left.
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