Genocidal antisemitism in America?

I am certain that most of the Christian Post’s readers have been as shocked as I have been by the shameful and gruesome scenes of virulent, genocidal antisemitism breaking out on the campuses of major American universities. Until I saw it with my own eyes, I would not have believed such scenes could have erupted in our country. Clearly, these are not the “better angels of our nature.”

These scenes from the past few days call to mind the virulent antisemitism of 1930s Nazi Germany. And we all know where that eventually led.

These outbreaks of racist violence must serve as a wake-up call. Clearly, cultural Marxism has deeply infiltrated the American university structure at the faculty and administration levels. Far too many students have been “brainwashed” concerning Israel and the Palestinians. Most of these students have never been taught of the Israeli peace offers turned down by the Palestinians in 1948, 1967, and ultimately the Camp David and Oslo Accords.

Why? The answer is simple. The Palestinians rejected the idea of a Jewish state. The chant of “a Jew-free Palestine from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea” involves the death or forced removal of between six to seven million Jews. Does that number sound familiar? Yes, that is the approximate number of Jews murdered in the Holocaust.

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  • Richard D. Land

    Dr. Richard Land, BA (Princeton, magna cum laude); D.Phil. (Oxford); Th.M (New Orleans Seminary). Dr. Land served as President of Southern Evangelical Seminary from July 2013 until July 2021. Upon his retirement, he was honored as President Emeritus and he continues to serve as an Adjunct Professor of Theology & Ethics. Dr. Land previously served as President of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (1988-2013) where he was also honored as President Emeritus upon his retirement. Dr. Land has also served as an Executive Editor and columnist for The Christian Post since 2011. Dr. Land explores many timely and critical topics in his daily radio feature, “Bringing Every Thought Captive,” and in his weekly column for CP.