In the Washington Post, Colbert King calls it like he sees it:
By any measure, I am not a Jew. I was not born to a Jewish woman. I was not raised nor educated as a Jew; therefore I do not, as Adam Garfinkle might argue, see the world through the eyes of a Jew, evincing Jewish moral sensibilities or exhibiting any sign of Jewish historical memory.
But I do have the power of recall, and I do, as a non-Jew, recognize vicious anti-Semitism when I see it. The Iranian government is as anti-Semitic as the Third Reich. Listen to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and you hear strains of Adolf Hitler.
King concludes, “If we are to honor the pledge of ‘never again,’ will we be up to preventing the potential genocide of the 21st century?” It’s a question that is yet to be answered.