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Why does everything have to be kosher?

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Dear editor,

CNN’s chief international correspondent Christiane Amanpour was forced to apologize this week for comparing President Trump’s term in office to the Nazi era. The Israeli government, the Anti-Defamation League, the American Jewish Committee, and House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany viciously attacked Amanpour, a highly respected international journalist.
The way these groups ganged up against Amanpour reminds me of the movie “The Lion King” when a clan of hungry hyenas encircled cub Simba and wanted to make a cub sandwich out of him. How could she be anti-Semitic if she was married to a Jew and had a Jewish child? Was she then being targeted because she has a Muslim father and a Catholic mother? Inquiring mind wants to know!

The day before Amanpour’s remarks, an Israeli man working for Israel’s national emergency service was caught on security camera spitting at a picture of Jesus Christ. According to the Israeli daily Haaretz, the employee justified his disrespect to Christian beliefs by saying the Torah teaches that Christianity is idol worship.

After a quick search online, I could not find one single Western media outlet that carried this story with the exception of the Palestine Chronicle, which is an online news magazine. It looks like when it comes to free speech, the Israeli daily Haaretz, which was the first to publish the story, makes other Western news publications look sad. 

It is rather ironic that President Trump will allow his Press Secretary to join the chorus of attacking one of the best-known foreign journalists yet he looks the other way when an Israeli Jew insults the best-known religious symbol of Christianity and the 2.5 billion Christians.
I don’t want to piss anyone off but the two aforementioned stories make me hopping mad. Sometimes I wonder why does everything have to be kosher?

Mahmoud El-Yousseph

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