Richard Dreyfuss criticizes support for Israel: ‘I am less Jewish than I have been’

Another anti-Israel Jewish celebrity comes out of the closet. Israel bashing has become quite fashionable in Hollywood these days. Therefore, this act of cowardice and betrayal is likely an attempt by Dreyfuss to appease the anti-Semitic Left in Hollywood. Has Dreyfuss ever spoken out against Venezuela, Turkey, Iran, or North Korea? Probably not. Instead, Dreyfuss chooses to attack Israel: one of the most decent countries in the world. What a coward Dreyfuss is.

Jewish celebrities such as Bette Midler, Barbara Streisand, and many others will often falsely accuse the pro-Jewish President Trump of racism, at the behest of the various Hollywood elites. However, they will say nothing to condemn the anti-Semitic Left for making life for pro-Israel Jewish Americans unsafe, out of fear of jeopardizing their mostly irrelevant careers.

Richard Dreyfuss criticizes Zionism: ‘I am less Jewish than I have been’

“I think the Jews are a great moral template. So I’m very proud of being Jewish and I’m very proud of being a cultural Jew,” the actor told the magazine. “But most Jews are willing to celebrate their own history of being oppressed, and then they’ll get up and oppress other people. So, I don’t want Jews to do that,” he said. 

Actor Richard Dreyfuss says that he once asked his father: “Why don’t we practice Judaism?”

His father, says the actor, replied: “I don’t have to practice, I’m very good at it.”

Dreyfuss told of the exchange with his father in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter in response to a question of whether he has become more spiritual in older age or was always deeply rooted in Judaism.

The interview with the Hollywood magazine coincided with the upcoming release of Dreyfuss’ newest movie, “Astronaut,” but the actor also talked about politics and religion.X“I am more spiritual and less Jewish than I have been,” Dreyfuss replied. “Because I’m not a temple Jew,” he added.

“I think the Jews are a great moral template. So I’m very proud of being Jewish and I’m very proud of being a cultural Jew,” the actor told the magazine. “But most Jews are willing to celebrate their own history of being oppressed, and then they’ll get up and oppress other people. So, I don’t want Jews to do that,” he said.

In a reference to the relationship between Jews and the State of Israel, the actor continued with his critical tone of the Jewish State, arguing that “we’ll sound very much like our own worst enemies in trying to protect Zionism and protect our own reputations. We really do need to explore what it means to be Jewish and not let it go away.”

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