Dani Dayan: We're fed up with BDS, Louis Farrakhan and Women's March

At the beginning of the Jerusalem Post's annual conference in New York, Dayan explained that "Never again doesn't mean [just] that another Holocaust will not happen again."

June 18, 2019 22:23
Dani Dayan: We're fed up with BDS, Louis Farrakhan and Women's March

Dani Dayan, Consul General of Israel in New York, speaks at The Jerusalem Post 8th Annual Conference. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST)


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NEW YORK – The rise of antisemitism in the US is something to never be tolerated in any capacity, said Ambassador Dani Dayan, Israel’s Consul-General in New York, to an audience on Sunday.

“When we say ‘never again,’ we mean never again,” Dayan said at the start of the Jerusalem Post’s Annual Conference in New York. Dayan explained that “‘never again’ doesn’t mean [just] that another Holocaust will not happen again.”

He told the audience that “the Jewish people will not go back to the days of ‘just’ small pogroms here and there. ‘Never again’ meaning we will not expect cartoons in leading papers [with antisemitic stereotypes]; it means that Jews will not be afraid to go to shul on Shabbat.”

“Never again means we are fed up with antisemitism,” Dayan said. “We are fed up with BDS, with Louis Farrakhan and the Women’s March. We’re fed up with neo-Nazis and white supremacists. The State of Israel doesn’t have jurisdiction outside the country, but it doesn’t mean we don’t care.”

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