Ed Lasky in today's American Thinker hat tip Larwyn
Politico.com excerpts the new book A World Ignited: How Apostles of Ethnic, Religious, and Racial Hatred Torch the Globe, by Martin and Susan J. Tolchin, with evidence of the President's battle against gobal anti-Semitism, a battle for which he receives precious little support from Jewish voters.
I am not holding my breath waiting for the New York Times to review this book.
UPDATE: Speaking of righteous gentiles, G-d bless CUANAS.
UPDATE: Go to Politico.com - it's all here; hat tip mac
President Bush has played an unsung role in combating worldwide anti-Semitism and in seeking to stem the surge of anger that has swept the world in the last decade.
The White House required East European nations that sought to join NATO to offer concrete proposals to combat anti-Semitism in their countries. "I have to give a lot of credit to the Bush administration," said Rabbi Andrew Baker, director of international Jewish affairs at the American Jewish Committee. "A major decision in NATO enlargement has been dealing with Jewish issues. The U.S. has repeatedly raised these issues."