Words of the Week: Jacob Weisberg
Over on my other blog, I routinely publish a “Quotation of the Week,” something about writing (which is the focus of said other blog).
I’m beginning to think I should launch a “quotatation of the week” feature here, too. Below, you’ll find this week’s entry, taken from a discussion about boycotts of Israel (mainly, a current entertainment industry-fueled boycott).
“When people are trying to murder you because of your religion, it is difficult to credit the bona fides of those who merely want to shun you because of your nationality.”
—Jacob Weisberg (via Jeffrey Goldberg)