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January 12, 2022
The reverend father of ‘Israeli apartheid’
Desmond Tutu’s legacy is much more than that of a mere bigot. He was one of the main architects of a movement to reframe the Jewish state as the antagonist in the global battle against oppression.
Americans for Peace and Tolerance
Charles Jacobs and Ben Poser
January 6, 2022
Desmond Tutu’s moral failures
He hated Jews and Israel, and abandoned black slaves throughout Africa.
Rabbi Stuart Weinblatt
January 5, 2022
The dangerous language of Desmond Tutu
He minimized Palestinian acts of violence and misapplied the experience of apartheid in South Africa to Israel.
Richard L. Cravatts
January 4, 2022
The mendacious apartheid slur against Israel
On university campuses, where the charge of racism is the most damning and serious charge one can make against an individual, organization, or state, the apartheid slander against Israel has been a core part of the ongoing campus campaign to malign the Jewish state.
December 29, 2021
Bishop Tutu was the most influential anti-Semite of our time
Tutu’s good deeds should not shield him from accountability for his long history of anti-Jewish bigotry, writes famed attorney and Israel advocate Alan M. Dershowitz.
Israeli apartheid comparison spurs call for ‘moral clarity’ in weighing Desmond Tutu’s legacy
December 28, 2021
“People in the human rights community were looking for a cause to replace the South African anti-apartheid movement, and they found it in Tutu. It’s a tragic part of his story and a real problem for his historical legacy,” said Dexter Van Zile, a Christian media analyst for CAMERA.
Jonathan S. Tobin
December 27, 2021
Archbishop Tutu and the disturbing power of intersectionality
South Africa’s struggle was nothing like the Israeli-Palestinian conflict but the anti-apartheid leader’s bias showed how easily people can be led astray by such myths.