When did honoring purveyors of hate become politically correct? In a society that demands “safe-spaces” and “trigger warnings” so the snowflake generation can be sheltered from opinions their delicate minds find offensive, why is disdain for Jews tolerated and even condoned by the far Left?
Less than 75 years after Henry Ford published The International Jew: The World’s Foremost Problem, the Islamic Association for Palestine (IAP) released America’s Greatest Enemy: The Jew as part of a series titled “Know Your Enemy” for distribution at a Muslim student conference in August 1994, according to the Investigative Project on Terrorism.
Consisting of republished screed such as “Zionism Rules The World,” which sources The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, speeches from Holocaust denier Austin J. App, and a section on “How They Rule: The Media Monopolies,” America’s Greatest Enemy reads like an orientation manual for Nazi recruits in 1930s Germany.
Holocaust denial plays an important role in the IAP publication.
“The fact that… scholars are beginning to puncture the myth of the six million has driven the Anti-Defamation Leaguers into fever of propaganda to brainwash the pupils of our schools… It is in fact the most unfounded and most impudent lie in recorded history.”
IAP’s public relations director from 1993 to 1994 was Nihad Awad, currently the Executive Director and Founder of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), anunindicted co-conspirator in the terror-finance trial against the Holy Land Foundation and its former officials.
Following the trial, the FBI severed all ties with CAIR over concerns of alleged terror ties, in particular the terrorist group Hamas.