Written by: Benjamin Kerstein on August 8, 2022
(August 8, 2022 / JNS) In May 2021, Muslim-American anti-Semites backed by the far-left launched a pogrom across the United States that barely missed ending in a murder. Since then, the American Jewish establishment has mostly sat in stunned silence. The implications of this silence were clear: The pogrom had revealed that—contrary to anti-Semitic stereotypes and what its constituent organizations no doubt tell their donors—the American Jewish establishment is not all-powerful. It is, in fact, weak and impotent, with little or no political, media or moral influence.