<The rise of right-wing terrorism>
One irony of the tree of life synagogue killings is that Jews have never been more accepted. A Pew Research Center poll last year found that Americans feel more warmly toward Jews than any other religious group. It’s clear we are a long, long way from the days when American Jews fretted over an influx of refugees fleeing Nazi Europe because they worried it would inflame anti-Semitism.
And yet those well-documented attitudes exist alongside the slaughter in Pittsburgh. Anti-Semitism has never been eradicated, and probably never could be. It dwells in the crevices and fissures. Largely extinguished in the uppermost reaches society, it flourishes most among cranks and broken souls on the margins. To be sure, Jew hatred is a minority phenomenon, but in an age when AR-15s are easy to come by, even the smallest minority is profoundly dangerous.
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