Good to see Cohen starting to think a bit clearly in his older age, rather than just being a mouthpiece for Democrats.
In fact, a couple of years ago, our favorite journalist here, Helen Thomas (an Arab, by the way) said that the Jews in Israel should just “go home”, wherever that was. Mr. Cohen cut her a new one by pointing out that thousands of Jews had been murdered in Poland WELL AFTER World War 2 was concluded...something that I never heard of and something that seems to defy logic.
In any case, I know it’s off-topic, but Mr. Cohen should also look at what happened to AMERICANS that were drawn to (i.e., tricked into going to) Stalin’s Russia, only to later be sent to death camps there (all prior to World War 2). Prior to being rounded up, the AMERICANS pleaded for help from the US Embassy in Moscow, only to be told (likely on Roosevelt’s orders) that they couldn’t prove they were AMERICANS (which was the case, as the Soviets seized their passports upon entry). But it really isn’t that hard to differentiate an American from a Russian - but they wouldn’t help, and tens of thousands of Americans died. There are books on that.
I'm glad Cohen stands up for Jews, but he reminds me a little of Joe Lieberman in the sense that he only seems to get it right when Jews are on the short end.