Op-ed: Detailing how the Levantine state dug itself into its current predicament, Lebanon offers a tragic case in point of how “anti-Semitism corrupts the people and societies possessed by it.”
By Sean Durns
(JNS) “One of the lessons that we learn from studying Jewish history,” the historian Paul Johnson observed, “is that anti-Semitism corrupts the people and societies possessed by it.” Lebanon offers a tragic case in point.
Aug. 4 marked the one-year anniversary of the Port of Beirut explosion, in which a large amount of ammonium nitrate exploded, killing at least 218 people, injuring hundreds more and leaving thousands homeless. Continue Reading »