Shortly after President Trump was sworn into office, there were bomb threats at synagogues all over the country. In commenting about these bomb threats, Trump remarked that they may have been made to make others look bad.
Immediately Jewish leaders all over were demanding that Trump clarify what he meant by that remark. Steven Goldstein, the director of the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, said that President Trump owed the American Jewish community an apology. Said Goldstein: “To cast doubt on the authenticity of anti-Semitic hate crimes in America constitutes anti-Semitism in itself, and that’s something none of us ever dreamed would disgrace our nation from the White House.”
The FBI and the Israeli police searched for the perpetrator of these bomb threats. Finally the Israeli police arrested an Israeli-American teenager. An article about this appeared in the April 7, 2017 issue of The Federalist. The title of the article was “The Jewish Center Threats May Have Been Hoaxes, But Anti-Semitism Isn’t.” The author of the article was Michael Rosen.
In this article, Rosen mentioned that the teenage boy’s identity was cloaked by an Israeli court’s gag order. The accused used electronic means to cloak his activities. He had technology that concealed his IP address. He also used Google Voice to forward his call and to disguise his voice.
According to The Daily Beast website, the teen’s name is Michael Kaydar. Kaydar used SpoofCard, a technology to mask his caller ID. He paid for his SpoofCard using bitcoin, which made his payments hard to trace. Apparently Kaydar had a grudge against Israel’s military. The military would not let him serve because he had failed a physical exam.
Michael Rosen mentioned Aesop’s fable about the boy who cried wolf. After twice fooling the villagers with false alarms, the village ignored the boy’s cry when a wolf was eating his sheep.
Kaydar’s father apologized to all Jews in America. He claimed that Kaydar had a brain tumor. His mother claimed that he was autistic. If he had been a hillbilly instead of a Jew, his father may have said, “One of these days I’m going to have a long talk with that boy.”
I cannot help but savor the irony of this. Isn’t it usually the Jews who claim that White nationalists are losers living in their parents’ basements?
Rosen remarked how badly the hoax had damaged the Jewish community’s credibility. Israel’s Knesset had even convened an emergency session on these threats. Shortly after this, a flier surfaced in Scottsdale, Arizona accusing the Jew of making fake anti-Semitic attacks.
It seems that, after all this, Steven Goldstein should apologize to President Trump for the accusations he had made. But I won’t hold my breath waiting for that.
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