Rabbi Joseph Telushkin hits the nail on the head again.
Moral non-Jews who fail to counter antisemites often suffer because of them. For example, during the 1930s, American isolationists regarded Nazi antisemitism as an unpleasant feature of a country that was otherwise highly civilized. Throughout the 1930s and early 1940s, they refused to see Hitler and the Nazis as a dangerous evil, and urged Americans not to fight them. Indeed, the leading isolationist, Charles Lindbergh, warned American Jews agai … Read More