Oh, Abe, how could you do it? How could you, of all people, deny history? You bring shame to your entire organization as well as calling your personal ethics into question.
The fact is: Over 1,000,000 (mostly) Christian Armenians were massacred by Muslim Turks in the not so distant past. Abe, you surely know those who deny history are condemned to repeat it. Why, Abe? Why do this horrible thing?
The Armenian people have a right to acknowledgment of the suffering and the genocide they have endured. Abe, do you feel good about the Holocaust deniers who say it is a lie that two out of every three Jews in Europe was put to death by the Nazi machine?
Abe, why have you signed ADL up with the likes of David Irving? You and he have become one. Your claims are wedded, the one to the other. Denying history... and justice... is the same no matter who's name is on the stationery letterhead.
Abe, Abe, Abe... how could you?
Then Abe said exactly what FDR might have said regarding the passengers aboard the St. Louis (Jews escaping Nazi Germany): "We're not party to this, and I don't understand why we need to be made party."
In recent weeks, the town that bills itself as No Place for Hate on a sign outside Town Hall is abuzz with anger and frustration, especially among the large Armenian population. At issue is not the program itself, but the group behind it, the Anti-Defamation League, and in particular the ADL's refusal to acknowledge the Armenian genocide at the hands of Turks during World War I.
"It's kind of the worst hatred to deny genocide," said Nayiri Arzoumanian, a woman of Armenian heritage who has lived in Watertown for eight years. "It's the worst kind of hypocrisy."
The debate began in letters to the editor of the Watertown Tab newspaper and has pitted Watertown Armenians against the ADL's national director, Abraham H. Foxman. Now what was once considered a positive civic effort, declaring Watertown No Place For Hate, finds itself at the center of a debate burdened by divisive international history and politics.
For decades, Armenians have fought to get the Turkish government and other world leaders to recognize the deaths of as many as 1.5 million Armenians during World War I as genocide. The refusal of the ADL to support the Armenians, especially as they lobby Congress to recognize the genocide, has fueled the local war of words. SOURCE
YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND WHY JEWS SHOULD CARE ABOUT GENOCIDE, ESPECIALLY GENOCIDE CARRIED OUT BY ISLAMIC FANATICS?
Abe Foxman, you have lost all credibility. You do not represent the Jewish people, that is for certain. You represent only your own cold unfeeling heart.
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