This took place under the auspices of the ACU, Advocates for Civil Liberties, as a response to the nonsense by the anti-Israel Left’s “Apartheid Week”.
NOTE: The only thing that the TT takes issue with, is Mr.Chodoff’s assertion that the Muslim Brotherhood’s founder was
predominantly influenced by Hitler’s German National Socialism, when in fact it was Islamic texts that were of the greatest influence on Q’tub, and that the Nazi German view of the Jews only happened to meld with his fundamuslimist ones.
UPDATE: Elliot Chadoff comments:
I didn’t say “predominantly” meaning that it was not influenced by Islamic texts. Only that it was a mix of those texts with Nazi ideology that led to 20th century Islamic exterminationist ideology. See David Patterson, A Genaology of Evil, Cambridge, 2010.