Jew vs. Antisemite


as told by Alan Dershowitz in The Vanishing American Jew



    Q: 	What's the difference between an anti-Semite and a Jew?
 
    A: 	An anti-Semite will tell you that "the Jewish people are a 
	dishonest, untrustworthy, and moneygrubbing,"  but when you 
	ask him about his neighbor Cohen, he will say, "Cohen's an 
	exception, as honest as they come"

	The Jew will praise the Jewish people as "the best, the most
 	charitable, and the most honest people in the world," but if 
	you ask him about his neighbor Levine, he will say, "That 
	no-good crook, you can't trust him as far as you can throw 
	him"





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