Front page of today's uber-left Haaretz
Haaretz has weighed in on the still-roiling controversy over my canceled appearance at the LA Jewish Federation Sunday. The article is a wearisome melange of the same old half-truths and naked slanders that the Left and the Islamic supremacists have been circulating about me for years -- most all of them are rebutted here, on a page that has also been available for years but that the "journalists" at Haaretz didn't see fit to consult or inform their readers about.
Haaretz's inverted moral compass is abundantly illustrated by the subhead, which calls me "one of America's most extraordinarily successful purveyors of unvarnished prejudice and unapologetic hatred." Imagine calling the defense of free speech, the freedom of conscience, and equality of rights for all "unvarnished prejudice and unapologetic hatred," while turning a blind eye to the real unvarnished prejudice and unapologetic hatred of Islamic antisemitism (it's in the quran) and the death penalty for apostates from Islam.
This is the disease of our age: calling evil good and good evil, and demonizing those who are standing against the onslaught of oppression and dehumanization that Sharia represents, just as all other collectivist, authoritarian systems did in the past.