Posted on December 29, 2002. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Judy Rebick’s Globe and Mail article:
“Jews in North America do not face discrimination. They are well represented in the corridors of power whether political, economic or social. This is why it is hard for people on the left who generally identify with those without power in the society to identify with the struggle against anti-Semitism. It is an abstraction. But any kind of bigotry is immoral and unacceptable. And anti-Semitism has always been a tool in the hands of reaction.”


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