(The Jewish Journalhas even refused a substantial sum of money to publish the full text of the apology as an advertisement.)
Is this the level of morality we Jews have descended to in our internal political discourse? Do fair and balanced reporting and a love for the truth count for nothing? Has winning the argument, regardless of the facts and regardless of who is hurt in the process, now become everything?
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On Oct. 21, 2003, in a corridor on the campus of UCLA, Rabbi Chaim Seidler-Feller, the director of UCLA’s Hillel chapter, suddenly assaulted me when I merely asked him a reasonable question. He kicked and scratched me while trying to throw me down a flight of nearby stairs.