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Where Does Black Lives Matter’s Anti-Semitism Come From? by Philip Carl Salzman (Gatestone Inst.)

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Sept. 21, 2016

  • Black Lives Matter has been guided to anti-Semitism by the concept of “intersectionality, which argues that all oppressions are interlinked and cannot be solved alone. Thus, women can never be treated fairly if blacks face racial prejudice, and the disabled are not given sufficient support to be equal to the abled, and unless the Palestinians are liberated from the Israelis, and the Israelis are liberated from their lives and their home.
  • “Intersectionality” urges us to view the world as divided into a conspiracy of oppressors and an agony of oppressed, and reduces people to a number of categories, such as gender, sexuality, race, nationality, religion, capability, etc. Differences, such as sexism, racism, nationalism and ability — as opposed to what we have in common — are reinforced.
  • Supporters of “intersectionality” cheer terrorists when they murder Jews. To them, that is just “social justice” at work.

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