Congress educated on the global pandemic of Muslim Jew-hatred

Anyone keeping abreast of the ongoing global jihad carnage—from Somalia to Stockholm— would not be surprised that “white supremacist” killings remain a marginal epiphenomenon. The most recent U.S. Department of State (USDOS) “Country Reports on Terrorism”, published September 2018, illustrates this truth, as summarized by City Journal’s Seth Barron:

“…[A]lmost all the world’s extremist violence is concentrated in a handful of regions, where very few white people live…[T]he record indicates that of the nearly 20,000 people killed in thousands of extremist killings in 2017, white supremacists were responsible for very few.”

Blithely ignoring the worldwide context, which includes the intimate connection between jihadism, and Islamic Jew-hatred, Tuesday, April 9th, the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing entitled, “Hate Crimes and the Rise of White Nationalism.”

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