Algemeiner is carrying Judy Lash Balint's fascinating and very telling interview with Malcolm Hoenlein, the executive vice chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. In an incredible Catch 22/checkmate situation, Hoenlein became the recipient of a well-publicized leadership award from the Mike Evans Museum in Jerusalem (MEM) also known as the Friends of Zion Museum (FOZ). That's the very same evangelist Mike Evans whose messianic activities targeting Jewish students in the 1970's caused Hoenlein, then the executive director of the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) of New York, to mobilize the Jewish community and form an emergency counter-missionary task force.
Balint's interview draws upon extensive research from JewishIsrael reports and historical documentation on Evans. She has also previously penned investigative pieces on Mike Evans activities as reported in the Times of Israel.
Balint's bottom line : "Enemies in 1977; friends in 2016? Perhaps it’s time for a more discerning look at whom we consider 'friends' these days."
Read the interview in full at Algemeiner