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Which comes first, intersectionality or anti-Semitism?

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in response to reader comment: Intersectionality seems to be a factor.

Submitted by Paul Rothberg (United States), Jan 7, 2019 at 08:50

I don't know the answer, but I wonder if "intersectionality" is just an excuse for anti-Semites to express their feelings, and claim to not be anti-Semetic. The intersectionalist Left does not seem concerned with the plight of Muslims in Chechnya, or Kurds anywhere.

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