Anti-Semitic Paper Touts Anti-Semitic Paper's Fight Against Anti-Semitism

There's an old Jewish joke about a son who killed his parents pleading with the court to have mercy on him because he's an orphan. That's the definition of chutzpah. So is this New York Times headline.

"Anti-Semitism's Rise Gives The Forward New Resolve"

That's one anti-Semitic paper, the New York Times, praising another anti-Semitic paper for fighting anti-Semitism. The Forward covers Jews in much the same way as Der Sturmer. At least if those Jews are in any way traditional or identify with Jewish values or believe that Israel has a right to exist. It's infamous for its "5 Most Jewish Things About Random Non-Jewish Leftist" combined with incitement and anti-Semitism that stops just short of calling for the destruction of Israel.

By "Anti-Semitism's Rise", the New York Times obviously doesn't mean Keith Ellison, Linda Sarsour or Jews being kicked out of a parade for having Jewish stars. It's only people whom leftists don't like who can be anti-Semitic. But whenever Jewish students on campus complain of anti-Semitism, they're accusing of silence "courageous" anti-Semites with false accusations of anti-Semitism.

This is the left. It's the Forward. It's the New York Times. They know all about the rise of anti-Semitism. They built it.