A new exhibition in Ely Cathedral, Cambridge, Anne Frank and You, falls into the ‘learning lessons from the Holocaust’ camp. (…)
Surprisingly, there is nothing about present-day anti-Semitism, though perhaps this may be taken as read. It has all the virtues and some of the faults of that genre. (…)
Sadly, modern anti-Semitism is not a negation of multi-culturalism, but in some respects a result of it.
Perhaps the only occasion when the extreme right and extreme left sit down together in harmony is when they combine to descry the power of international Jewry (sometimes thinly disguised as ‘Zionism’).
Here, diversity is not the solution, but part of the problem, because an extreme desire to respect it often means tolerating extreme intolerance.