In Case You Thought Antisemitism No Longer Exists…

Throughout history attempts have been made to eliminate the Jewish people. Egyptians, Babylonians, Assyrians, Persians, Inquisitions, Crusaders and pogroms all took their toll on the Jewish people. Ultimately, under Hitler, over 6 million Jews were systematically murdered in the Holocaust.

Today, there are still those who would eliminate them if they could. In particular, Iran has led the “wipe Israel from the earth” chorus for decades, and terrorist groups have missiles aimed at the Jewish state around the clock. Others deny that the Holocaust was a real historical event.

But what about in America and other nations not known for such hatred of Israel? Don’t be fooled. Antisemitism is not always steeped in the desire to murder Jews, but is otherwise slanted against their well-being.

Not surprising, Antisemitism is breeding in American school systems alongside her ugly step-sister, CRT. Evidence abounds, but here is a recent news account of a school administrator advising teachers to have books with opposing perspectives in their classrooms if they have books about the Holocaust. In other words, diminish the most devastating human rights violations of all time.

Indeed, every effort to ignore or diminish effects of attempts to eliminate the Jewish people seem to pass muster. Sadly, judgment will come to those who attempt to touch the apple of God’s eye! (Zechariah 2:8-9) Those who bless Israel will be blessed, while those who curse Israel will be cursed. (Genesis 12:3) Be on the correct side of that equation!

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