I mean, this:
Wait. So a Muslim British national comes to America in December, according to press reports. He promptly goes within a couple weeks to a local synagogue. He holds several members of the synagogue hostage. He does so in order to free another Islamic extremist.
And this shows anything about anti-Semitism in America how? I swear if three Mongolians gang raped a Nigerian girl in Argentina, the leftwing press would make it about the history of racism in America.
It is rage inducing to the extreme. It doesn't help that the ADL seems to be the one floating this. There are times when I appreciate the Orthodox for some things I learned while sojourning with them. One is that owing to the complex history of Christianity in the Middle East, they don't suffer from "Holocaust Guilt" the way we do in the West.
Believe it or not, there were times when Jewish leaders of various communities conspired to give as good as they got to the Christian population. Sure, the Christians did the same, and both sadly have blood on their hands. But through the long centuries, it wasn't always as lopsided as it was in the history of Jewish communities in Western Europe.
Therefore, if they feel Israel, or Jewish individuals in general, have crossed the line they'll say so. Yes, they mourn the anti-Semitism in their own past, but because Orthodox Christianity's history is not the same as Western Christianity's (most of it was as second class citizens under Islamic rule), it's different. They don't forget that more than a few Christian slaves sold to Muslims came by way of Jewish traders. Something we learned in college, but my sons have never heard about except from the textbooks I possess.
Here in the West, we may rage against the press. We may rage against the Left. But no matter what, we'll shrink and cower and look the other way when anyone Jewish plays the same games. Guilt can be a cleansing thing. It can also be an emasculating one.