Jacobs in “Jerusalem Post”

Front page of the January 13, 1898, edition of “L’Aurore,” featuring Émil Zola’s famous open letter “J’accuse…!”, which accused major figures in the French government of anti-Semitism and complicity in the framing of Jewish captain Alfred Dreyfuss for treason he did not commit.

Read the Jerusalem Post piece by Charles Jacobs, who charges the Jewish establishment with failing to defend the community

Jacobs trumpets the themes of the JLP’s new book Betrayal: The Failure of American Jewish Leadership, a collection of 22 essays by prominent authors including Alan Dershowitz, Mort Klein, Caroline Glick, Richard Landes, Jonathan Tobin, and Thane Rosenbaum. It also includes essays by grassroots Jewish activists who describe how their local legacy institutions or rabbis are misguiding local communities.

The book has been praised by prominent Jewish thinkers and writers, including Dennis Prager, Daniel Pipes, Ken Levin, Liel Leibovitz, and Gil Troy.

It is now receiving rave reviews on Amazon, and can purchased here.

Read Jacobs’ article here.

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