Wednesday, October 07, 2009
Anti-Semites that Israel likes: the case of Anwar Sadat
I have written before about Israeli disregard for anti-Semitism: that Israel cares more about its usurping entity and its wars than about fighting anti-Semitism. The case of the unrepentant anti-Semitic, Nazi, Anwar Sadat is very telling: about the US and Israel. Here, the closest confidante of Sadat, Egyptian writer Anis Mansur, writes about conversations with Sadat in which Sadat is blatantly anti-Semitic (and of course, Mansur--one of the most vocal supporter of Sadat--who is anti-Semitic himself, does not notice the anti-Semitism).
Posted by As'ad AbuKhalil at 6:06 AM