Thursday, February 16, 2017

The Hypocrisy of Denial

Once when Mark Twain was trying to explain Richard Wagner’s music to a friend he said, “It’s better than it sounds.” This is a lot more than can be said for the recording of his wife’s sermon to her congregation which Rob Eshman included in his article, “Jews Against the Muslim Ban” in last week’s edition of the L.A. Jewish Journal. 

Rabbi Naomi Levy noted that she was afraid of many things in life but the one thing of which she was not afraid was Muslims. No doubt this is because she has either used the years since 9/11 as an opportunity to catch up on some sleep or she has just returned from living in her condo on Mars where the Muslim atrocities committed in London, Paris, Bali, Madrid, Fort Hood, San Bernardino, Orlando, Nice and on and on went unreported.

Beaming her wisdom towards her hapless audience Rabbi Naomi Levy displayed her affronted but misplaced ecumenism when she declared President Trump’s 90 day temporary ban on immigrants from seven countries in the Middle East to be immoral and un-American. Her biased activism in support of the LEFT’s agenda and her detestation of President Trump allowed her to omit that over 80% of the world’s Muslims were not affected by the temporary ban or that the seven countries it did affect were identified by the Obama Administration as the ones which recruited, trained and exported the largest number of terrorists: here.

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