Discovering that there were African-Americans in the 1970s who were also offended at the outrageous notion that ‘Zionism is Racism’, and voiced their loud and eloquent opposition, I was comforted. I took great pride in knowing that Black leaders in the U.S. not only condemned that ‘Zionism is Racism’ lie, but stood boldly with their Jewish friends . . . It seemed they were trying to figure me out. Their expressions had a mixture of curiosity and contempt . . . For them, a Black person standing with Israel was an anathema.
— Pastor Dumisani Washington
This book should befuddle the monometric rationalist regressives. (Purchase here).
See also Chloe Valdary’s very recent article: Black Lives Matter’s Jewish Problem Is Also a Black Problem