Jewish Group to Fight Anti-Christian Bias
By Alexander Samuels
In an Agape Press article last week by Bill Fancher and Jenni Parker, we were informed that an organization called Jews Against Anti-Christian Defamation (JAACD) has been created to confront . . . attacks against Christians in the courts, politics, the news media, Hollywood and the educational system. Don Feder, who is a Boston radio talk-show host, is president of the organization.
Feder told Agape Press that the JAACD was started "because a group of Jewish Americans—authors, scholars, columnists, radio talk-show hosts, people in the media and politics—decided that it was important for Jews as Jews to speak out against anti-Christian bias and discrimination." Feder pointed out at a press conference earlier this year that Christians in America "are under assault because of the values they embrace; but the morality of Christianity is also the morality of Judaism."
Feder said that he and fellow members of the JAACD—who include comedian Jackie Mason, radio talk-show host Michael Medved, syndicated columnist Mona Charen and best-selling author David Horowitz—decided to step forward because they believe "Christians are the last remaining obstacle to the moral deconstruction of America."
Feder is the author of A Jewish Conservative Looks at Pagan America and Who’s Afraid of the Religious Right?