Moral inversion at Tikkun

Tikkun Magazine, published in Berkeley, California, is a primary journal of the Jewish religious left. Its managing editor Joel Schalit has expressed his shock at the shooting of Jews in Seattle in a manner that is itself shocking. It seems that real responsibility lies with the "tensions... in the Middle East"  which made the incident inevitable, "only a matter of time."

Joel Schalit, managing editor of Tikkun magazine in Berkeley, called the shooting shocking, but perhaps something that was a only a matter of time as the tensions increased in the Middle East, among ``the diaspora, whether Muslims or Jews.''

If only Israel would go away, or let the mulahs wipe it off the map, relieving the tensions, America's Jews woudl be safe, apparently.

The mind boggles. Blood lust for the death of Jews is a desire fed by success. Just look at the hostroy of the 20th century.

Hat tip: Michael Menis

Thomas Lifson   7 29 06

Tikkun Magazine, published in Berkeley, California, is a primary journal of the Jewish religious left. Its managing editor Joel Schalit has expressed his shock at the shooting of Jews in Seattle in a manner that is itself shocking. It seems that real responsibility lies with the "tensions... in the Middle East"  which made the incident inevitable, "only a matter of time."

Joel Schalit, managing editor of Tikkun magazine in Berkeley, called the shooting shocking, but perhaps something that was a only a matter of time as the tensions increased in the Middle East, among ``the diaspora, whether Muslims or Jews.''

If only Israel would go away, or let the mulahs wipe it off the map, relieving the tensions, America's Jews woudl be safe, apparently.

The mind boggles. Blood lust for the death of Jews is a desire fed by success. Just look at the hostroy of the 20th century.

Hat tip: Michael Menis

Thomas Lifson   7 29 06