A new wave of anti-Semitism has swept the globe, spearheaded by radical Muslims in the Middle East and Europe but taken up with gusto in democratic Western society. The author analyzes this new wave, concluding that even if anti-Semitism had not exploded on the international scene, the unfolding trends within the U.S. should long ago have compelled the organized Jewish community to reassess its alliances and its political interests.
In Commentary Magazine, vol. 118 no.3, pp. 54-59 (October 2004).