Aug. 7, 2017
Did I ever tell you about my dinner with Tuvia Tenenbom?
I was invited to a dinner party about a month ago hosted by Phyllis Chesler in her apartment. The food was great and the guests were even more so. One of them was Tuvia, who is a lot like Phyllis in important ways.
Phyllis is one of the pioneers of the modern women’s movement. However, she has become disillusioned with her old friends who have now become anti-Zionist and anti-Israel. Phyllis, no fool, knows first hand how dangerous Islam is to feminism and how feminism and Zionism fit together naturally.
In other words, both Phyllis and Tuvia care little about political correctness. They care about the truth. That’s why I like them.
Over a delicious dinner, Tuvia asks me why I didn’t review his book about his travels through America. I tell him that if he sends me a review copy, I’d be happy to! I have a weak spot for free books, just like Tuvia has a weak spot for good food and honest people no matter who they are or what they believe.
During the course of the evening, Tuvia…