During the second hour of Sean Hannity’s talk radio show Tuesday, David Horowitz argued that the American Left’s attitudes on Israel and Islamo-fascism are promoting the rise of anti-Semitism.
Hannity invited on Horowitz and writer Joel Rosenberg to discuss America’s international security concerns and the role anti-Semitism played in recent global and domestic events. After citing the Obama administration’s troubling relationship with the Muslim Brotherhood, Hannity stated that recent stories suggested that “anti-Semitism was on the rise.”
Highlighting the anti-Semitic pamphlets circulated in Ukraine, Hannity said they sound reminiscent of Nazi Germany, “like those who seek a modern-day Holocaust.”
Horowitz agreed, arguing that a more sinister form of anti-Semitism was being inflamed, in part by the American Left. After highlighting the connections between the Kansas City shooter, Frazier Glenn Cross and the Democratic Party in part via the influence of Max Blumenthal, Horowitz argued that a clear “alliance” had developed between the American Left and Islamo-fascists:
Horowitz then stated that after the Second World War, “there was a certain intolerance” for anti-Semitic attitudes, but “thanks to the American Left... attacking Israel,” attitudes toward Israel began to deteriorate.
After stating that Palestinian leadership was united against Israel and the culture was “evil,” consistently celebrating terrorism—a characterization with which Rosenberg disagreed—Horowitz returned to the role of Obama in the Middle East, arguing that the president is “enabling the Iranians to get nuclear weapons.”
Hannity then turned to Rosenberg for his opinion of the growth of anti-Semitism in America. Rosenberg argued that it was undeniably growing internationally but rejected the idea that it was an increased problem in America. Horowitz strongly disagreed, saying "Excuse me, on campuses across this country, the American left is calling for the destruction of Israel. How can you say there's no anti-Semitism? The American Left is the fountainhead of anti-Semitism now."
When Rosenberg explained that he meant physical violence was not an increased threat in the U.S., Horowitz asserted, “It just takes a little time for the actual physical violence, believe me.”
Exchange begins 16:33.
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