On February 27, Malcolm Hoenlein, president of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations in a exclusive interview with the Times of Israel said: “Combating anti-Semitism is not just Jewish problem. It’s Christianity’s problem. It’s everybody’s problem. Wherever Jews are hated – they’re not hated because they did something wrong – but because they’re Jewish.”
Hoenlein seem to be a typical Jew who prefers to live in self-denial. Jews have been hated by European Christian majority for usury, sex slavery, racism, and their hatred of Christian faith as documented in Jewish holy book Talmud. Jewish communities were expelled from Europe 108 times. As result, many of those Jewish communities settled in Muslim countries such as Spain, Sicily, Baghdad, Ottoman Turkey, etc. and prospered.
As far as Hoenlein’s claim that fighting antisemitism is ‘Christianity’s problem’ – Pope Francis and Archbishop Justin Welby and John Hagee agree with him.
I’m surprised Hoenlein didn’t blame immigrants from Muslim-majority countries for the so-called rise in White Christians hatred toward Jews in the West as parroted by Daniel Pipes, Geert Wilders, John Bolton, Benjamin Netanyahu, pastor John Hagee and other Zionist creeps
T.A. Ridout debunked this lie at Huffington Post (June 17, 2013) by saying that it’s Israel’s barbaric treatment of Palestinian which fuels antisemitism in the West.
Moshe Katsav, former Israeli president (2000-2007), and American Jewish academic and former UNHRC envoy Richard Falk claim that antisemitism was unheard in the Muslim world until the creation of the state of Israel (here).
Hoenlein didn’t mention a single Muslim country in his list of top anti-Jew nations.
“We saw antisemitism in Britain, we saw it in France, and now we see it’s spreading everywhere. Look at the numbers of incidents in Germany, Scandinavia and other parts of the world. And now we see in America swastikas being painted, other expressions of threats or aggression against kids on campuses. So it spreads. It’s not isolated to one geographic locale. It’s like a virus that spreads. And you have to declare it for what it is,” he said.
Hoenlein also defended US president Donald Trump by saying he doesn’t have a single antisemitic bone in his body. “Certainly any accusations that Trump is an antisemite are unfounded,” he said.
Hoenlein also called on Benjamin Netanyahu to invite to Tel Aviv the newly elected head of the Democratic party, Tom Perez, a Wall Street man, who defeated Afro-American Muslim Congressman Keith Ellison, in a bid to cement bipartisan support for the Zionist entity.