Thu 29 Jan, 2009 01:32 pm
The Global Anti-Semitism Report: The organized Jewish community opposes free speech
It is something of an axiom of Jewish life that “Is it good for the Jews?” remains the litmus test of Jewish communal activity " in other words, interest over principles. A good example is free speech. There can be little doubt that the organized Jewish community sees free speech as a problem because it may be used to criticize the behavior of Jewish organizations and especially Israel.