Well I've pretty much had it with Lying Lee Kaplan.
Seems I'm not the first to be harrassed by this human.
The Dafka website, which roughly translated means, “In your face!” in Hebrew, has an editorial voice much like Kaplan’s and Horowitz’s other projects. They vociferously attack any organization or individual that dares question the United States’ and Israel’s policies. Kaplan and Horowitz prefer to use semantic attacks against those they seek to silence with meaningless phrases meant to squelch all forms of discussion. An example of such a phrase is “stand with Israel.” Although the phrase conjures up a strong images of loyalty, what does it really mean? It insinuates, much like the phrase “support our troops,” that if someone doesn’t go along with what the author is advocating, then he somehow does not “stand with Israel,” or does not “support our troops.” Whenever someone challenges something Kaplan or Horowitz says, their stock reply is “Anti-Semitism!” This couldn’t be more ridiculous since they save their most vicious attacks for other Jews involved in the peace process and for Arabs, who are also by definition a Semitic people.
Great article on not only Lee, but his sidekick Horowitz. Both foaming at the mouth supremecists!
I'd been thinking on what got Lee to my obscure little blog - the only thing I can come up with is that his reward for the murder of other humans holding different ideological beliefs than the extremist position of Lee's was simply ILLEGAL.
It's sorta funny that when Rivero put up the link to Stoptheism, the next day it was down. Illegal - yes.
Anyway, I've tried to kind to Lee, but that blew up in my face. So gloves off. I'll add a few more tidbits later to this post - gotta go now!!
Edited to add this tidbit:
""Not only are peace advocates offended by Kaplan's modus operandi, even other Zionists have criticized Kaplan's methods. On zionist.org, Alan D. Miller criticizes Kaplan for using links to Masada 2000, a website which espouses the tactics of Meir Kahane, founder of Jewish Defense League and Kach.
Alan D. Miller writes:
If I expect Muslim organizations to distance themselves from HAMAS and Islamic Jihad, I must also expect Jewish organizations to distance themselves from the memory of Rabbi Kahane, yemach shemo. From what I can see on your website, it does not appear that you have done so. Removal of these links and an unequivocal condemnation of Kahanism would be much more persuasive than an equivocal denial of affiliation with the Kahane movement.
Kach and its offshoot, Kahane Chai, were outlawed by Israel in 1994 as terrorist organizations.""