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“Muslims Against Antisemitism”? Desinformatzia Deconstructed


It is common knowledge to every schoolboy and even every Bachelor of Arts,
That all sin is divided into two parts.
One kind of sin is called a sin of commission, and that is very important,
And it is what you are doing when you are doing something you ortant,
And the other kind of sin is just the opposite and is called a sin of omission
and is equally bad in the eyes of all right-thinking people, from
Billy Sunday to Buddha,
And it consists of not having done something you shuddha

Ogden Nash (d. 1971), from his “Portrait Of The Artist As A Prematurely Old Man

Denis MacEoin’s latest Gatestone essay, “Muslims Against Antisemitism” egregiously commits both Nash-ian sins against the truth, devolving into yet more apologetic disinformation on a subject already routinely obfuscated, and whitewashed.

What follows is an incomplete enumeration limited to only four of MacEoin’s major truth-denying sins which typically conjoin commission and omission.



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