The Destructive Madness of Extremism: First McCarthyism, Then Radical Zionism

by James M. Wall

(See Sunday afternoon update on Khader Adnan’s condition below.)

The right-wing government leaders of the state of Israel, bolstered by their powerful US allies, are trembling with excitement at the prospect of a military attack against Iran.

Everything is in place for Iraq Redux. This time the Extremists are determined to get it right. No ground troops, just highly sophisticated bombing runs that will target nuclear targets in Iran.

The American public is being manipulated by Israel’s Zionist extremists to believe that Iran is on the verge of developing nuclear arms which will be able to “wipe Israel off the map”.

Time to choose up sides, folks: Are you with us or against us?

Republican candidates for president, congressional Republicans and conservative Democrats, with the active encouragement of the always predictable Israel Lobby, are all spoiling for a fight for “our side”.

Truth of the matter, as Paul Pillar reported in the website , The National Interest, Israel has already launched its war with Iran through stealth assassinations of Iranian scientists, who may have, or more likely, did not have, a part in developing nuclear military capability. Pillar’s source is a report by Richard Engel and Robert Windrem, developed for NBC news:

Although the assassinations of Iranian scientists have until now been followed by no indication of responsibility other than smug comments of satisfaction from officials of the most likely foreign state perpetrator, now NBC offers something more specific.

According to a report by Richard Engel and Robert Windrem, the assassinations have been the joint work of Israel and the Iranian cult-cum-terrorist group Mujahedin-e Khalq.

According to the report, the partnership has involved Israel providing financing, training and arms to the MEK to accomplish the hits, as well as to commit other acts of violent sabotage inside Iran. The story tracks with accusations from officials of the Iranian government, who say they base most of what they know on interrogations and captured materials from a failed assassination attempt in 2010.

Such accusations by themselves would be easy to dismiss, of course, as more of the regime’s propaganda. But the NBC story cites two senior U.S. officials, speaking anonymously, as confirming the story. A third official said “it hasn’t been clearly confirmed yet,” although like the others he denied any U.S. involvement. The Israeli foreign ministry declined comment; the MEK denied the story.

No one is fooled by the Israeli denials. In fact, as the NBC report suggests, Israel deflects attention away from its involvement in all things nefarious, by suggesting that Iran is the aggressor here with its “attacks” on Israeli diplomats, a case dutifully made by the Washington Post here and here.

Juan Cole, a Middle East scholar, writing on his Informed Comment blog, is not persuaded by the Israeli spin. He finds Indian sources more credible than Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman:

American media that just parrot notorious thug, Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman in [these] unlikely allegation are allowing themselves to be used for propaganda. Why not interview Indian authorities on this matter? They are on the ground and have excellent forensic (“CSI”) abilities. Stop being so lazy and blinkered; that isn’t journalism.

Deflect attention from reality, create fear, and take the “high road”. This is the way extremists operate. It has always been so. We need only to travel back to the post WWII days of the 1940s and 1950s, when the US public was transfixed by a Washington drama that pitted suspected Communists against the American Way of Life.

The drama was launched in 1947 Congressional hearings.

Looking back to those days,the extremist side of that conflict became known in 1950 as McCarthyism, after Wisconsin Senator Joe McCarthy, a Republican who served in the US Senate from 1947 until 1957. He became a media star because he was horribly simplistic as he peddled fear. Finally, the Senator overreached and ran afoul of an honest judge named Joseph Welch. After that he spiraled downward.

But for a time it was the McCarthy era, where the sides were clearly defined, no room for ambiguity. The times demanded good versus evil, darkness against light, the powerful against the weak. This 4 minute film clip below, from the 1947 hearings, shows both “friendly” and “unfriendly”  witnesses. One of the friendly witnesses was an actor named Ronald Reagan, who later became President of the United States.

Those with the power of the Law behind them asked the question: “Are you now or have you ever been, a member of the Communist Party”? It was a question which, with the wrong answer, could send a person to jail.

Ten of those who testified as “unfriendly” witnesses, became known as the “Hollywood Ten.” Because they originally refused to cooperate with House UnAmerican Activities Committee (HUAC) they were cited for contempt of congress.

They were subsequently fired and blacklisted by the Motion Picture Association of America. All ten served up to a year in prison, were fined $1,000 and faced great difficulty working in Hollywood again.

Some worked under assumed names. The blacklist was finally broken in 1960 when Dalton Trumbo, an unrepentant member of the Hollywood Ten, was publicly acknowledged as the screenwriter of the films Spartacus and Exodus. (Could Trumbo have anticipated that the Israel he celebrated in his script for Exodus, would one day be asking “Are you now, or have you ever been”?)

The oppression of the Hollywood Ten operated on a McCarthyite battle of simplistic good versus evil. The battle is repeated whenever extremists hold absolute power, or think they do. Give the “wrong” answer and you are doomed to an indefinite time of incarceration, or at the very least, a permanent banishment from polite society.

Fast forward to the Palestine of 2011-12, where a dying young Palestinian man  who now lies chained to a hospital bed in the Galilee Medical Center in Safed, Israel.. In an earlier Wall Writings posting, I examined what happened to bring this young man into the Israeli military prison system.

After he was seized on December 17, 2011, Kahder Adnan was asked the contemporary variation of the 1940s’ Communist question, under torture in an Israeli jail nine weeks ago this weekend.

Adnan was asleep with his 5-month pregnant wife and two children, when he taken by the Israeli Occupation Forces from his home near Jenin, in Area A, that part of the Palestinian Occupied Terrorities which the Oslo Accords mandated “the Palestinian Authority has sole civil jurisdiction and security control, while Israel retains authority over movement in and out of the area”.

The questions put to the 33-year old baker and Bir Zeit University graduate, are probably not recorded. Israeli officials have made no effort to be specific as to why Adnan had been placed in “administrative detention”, the bland terminology used by Israel for “disappearing” a Palestinian into the darkness of the absolute control of its military prison system.

Israeli occupation forces subsequently have let their friends in the media know that the question put to Adnan was a variation of the old 1940s American “Are you now or have you ever been a member of the Communist Party”. I am  reasonably certain no one asking that question had ever heard of Joe McCarthy.

For Khader Adnan, the question was more along the lines of, “Are you now, or have you ever been a member of Islamic Jihad”?

(Sunday, February 19, 2012 update: The Palestinian news service, Ma’an, reported today from Ramallah:

“The Israeli Supreme Court will hear a petition on Thursday against the continued administrative detention of hunger-striking prisoner Khader Adnan, the prisoners society said Sunday.  The military secretariat informed lawyer Jawad Bulus that his appeal against Adnan’s administrative detention order will go before the court in four days, the group said.”

At the time of the next Israeli Court hearing, the hunger strike by Khader Adnan will have continued for 68 days. Adnan’s strike, which began December 17, 2011, is an act of non-violent resistance to Israel’s “administrative detention” procedures, which are used by Israel against Palestinians.  

Ma’an also reported: “A doctor from Physicians from Human Rights who examined Adnan, said he would not survive beyond 70 days without food. 

From the McCarthy era to the time of Israel’s military occupation, the questions resonate through the decades.  We, the all powerful, the all good, demand that you confess that you belong to a “party” that is evil. How does the public know that the Islamic Jihad is evil?  Because the “only democracy in the Middle East”, declares it to be so.

Communism in the 1940s and 1950s did bad things; the 2012 Islamic Jihad is fighting military occupation by the means it has, none of which are attractive. Extremism from the top of the power pyramid, engenders extremism from below.

In Israel, and indeed, in the United States, where the definition of evil is dictated by Israel, Islamic Jihad is an “illegal terrorist organization”.  But is Khader Adnan a “member” of Islamic Jihad?  He might have answered with a biblical statement, “you say I am”. Or maybe he simply remained quiet, waiting to be charged with membership is an illegal organization, a charge that is yet to come.

Khader Adnan is no stranger to an Israeli jail cell. He has already spent six years in one. He had, however, been a free man until nine weeks ago when he was once again hauled away into “administrative detention”, a colonial means of control the British, the original colonial power,  bequeathed to Israel, the current colonial power.

Israel has put in jail more than 40% of the male Palestinian population, at one point in their lives. The purpose is to subdue the population. Sometimes they sit for years in administrative detention.  At other times, they serve prison terms, and then reenter society under the watchful eyes of Israeli soldiers and informers.

Khader Adnan responded the only way left to a prisoner whose future rests entirely in the hands of his jailers; he began a hunger strike that could lead to his death. In spite of numerous calls from Israeli and Palestinian organizations that Adnan be charged or released, the state of Israel remains silent, watching a man dying in one of its military prisons.

Most Americans are ignorant of Adnan’s impending death. If, or when, he dies, the American media may record his death as a small news item that will almost certainly, identify him as a leader of the “radical terrorist Islamic Jihad group”, a charge never leveled against Adnan except by implication.

And most Americans will not see that yet another Palestinian has died because the powerful are in control with the power to ask the question: “Are you now or have you ever been”, a member of whatever group that is not approved by the rulers

Variations of the McCarthy Era question will continue as a part of our national discourse. It crops up even within the American Jewish community, as it did in a strange bit of inter-tribal conflict reported this week by Adam Horowitz on his blog, Mondoweiss.

Someone has said that great minds run together.  I don’t know about that, but I say to you that by all things sacred, earlier in the week I was working on this post which links the McCarthy Era to Zionism.

I had even searched for, and found, the short congressional grilling of the Hollywood Ten, including Dalton Trumbo, above. Suddenly, there was Horowitz beating me into on line with the McCarthy connection. The least I can do is permit him to  give the background of the story.

It all started when the New York Times transferred Ethan Bronner, its long-time Jerusalem bureau chief, back to the US. The irony of this personnel shift lies in the fact that Bronner finally may have become too much of a Zionist for even his editors to tolerate. For his part, Bronner says he had requested the transfer.

Bronner had been criticized by peace activists for his softness in covering the Occupation, soft that is, as in not being critical enough of the Israeli IDF tactics. When the story broke that his son had, until last year, served in the Israeli Defense Forces, even the Times‘ Public Editor suggested it was time for a transfer.

Jodi Rudoren, the new Jerusalem bureau chief is, like Bronner, Jewish. But her ethnicity was not enough to satisfy some on the Zionist team. Acting as a journalist should, she had reached out to sources on both sides of the issue in Israel/Palestine.  Talking to the “enemy” immediately triggered a radical Zionist reaction.

Adam Horowitz on Mondoweiss, tells what happened next, writing under the headline: “Right wing to Rudoren: Are you now, or have you ever been, a Zionist?”

Judi Rudoren continues to hold her ground against the right-wing onslaught against her for tweeting Mondoweiss and Ali Abunimah, as well as recommending Peter Beinart’s new book (these are really the charges?). The Washington Free Beacon’s Adam Kredo interviews her and begins in the most (appropriately) McCarthyite way possible:

The New York Times’ incoming Jerusalem bureau chief, Jodi Rudoren, won’t say if she is a Zionist.

“I’m going to punt on that question,” Rudoren, who is Jewish, told the Washington Free Beacon in an interview yesterday. “I’m not really interested in labels about who I am and what I think.”

He later presses her on the fact that she retweeted a mention from Sami Kishawiof the “Love Under Apartheid” campaign:

On the issue of her journalistic objectivity, Rudoren said her tweets do not reveal an innate bias against Israel.

Asked if she considers Israel an apartheid state—as critics of the Jewish state so often do—Rudoren declined comment.

“I don’t have an assessment yet,” she said. “I’m not sure I’ll ever answer that question in the way you’ve just framed it.”

Adam Horowitz and his Mondoweiss site, along with Richard Silverstein’s Tikun Olan blog, have been two of the very few US-based web sites or publications, to provide a day by day account of the Khader Adnan ordeal as he lies chained to an Israeli military bed in the Galilee Medical Center.

Whether the unjust administrative detention of Khader Adnan ends in his last minute release or in his death by self-starvation, Adnan will have registered his protest against the injustice and humiliation of Israel’s military Occupation, and in his case, especially, its administration detention.

Somehow I have to believe that new New York Times Jerusalem bureau chief will report on the final outcome of Adnan’s protest. She should, because in a much less serious moment in her life, Rudoren has also been asked the McCarthy Era question by her inquisitors.

The drawing at the top of this posting originally appeared on the website of The Association for Human Rights in Israel. The video of the HUAC hearings is from this site.

This week’s Wall Writings posting is being released a few days earlier than usual because I wanted to add my voice to those around the world who have demanded that Israel release Khader Adnan before he dies in an Israeli military prison, where he was incarcerated without any charges made against him.

About wallwritings

From 1972 through 1999, James M. Wall was editor and publisher of the Christian Century magazine, based in Chicago, lllinois. He was a Contributing Editor of the Century from 1999 until July, 2017. He has written this blog, wall, since it was launched April 27, 2008. If you would like to receive Wall Writings alerts when new postings are added to this site, send a note, saying, Please Add Me, to Biography: Journalism was Jim's undergraduate college major at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. He has earned two MA degrees, one from Emory, and one from the University of Chicago, both in religion. He is an ordained United Methodist clergy person. He served for two years in the US Air Force, and three additional years in the USAF reserve. While serving on active duty with the Alaskan Command, he reached the rank of first lieutenant. He has worked as a sports writer for both the Atlanta Journal and Constitution, was editor of the United Methodist magazine, Christian Advocate for ten years, and editor and publisher of the Christian Century magazine for 27 years. James M Wall died March 22, 2021 at age 92. His family appreciates all of his readers, even those who may have disagreed with his well-informed writings.
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19 Responses to The Destructive Madness of Extremism: First McCarthyism, Then Radical Zionism

  1. AWAD PAUL SIFRI says:

    Brilliant piece. thank you, Jim. You truly hit the nail on the head. Hard.
    Israel has truly become a pariah state, except in the protective media bubble provided by US media and successive US administrations that ensures Israel can commit the “perfect crime” with iron-clad US guarantees.
    Khader Adnan represents the Palestinian story of AL Nakba. He is ready to sacrifice himself for the cause of freedom from Israeli tyranny, occupation, and apartheid. But, it will be truly unconscionable, if the world allows him to die.
    Israel is the only country in the Middle East that has a nuclear arsenal and occupies another country, simultaneously. Yet Israel has the chutzpah to lead our country to yet another disaster in Iran, after just having led the US to the terrible disaster in Iraq.

  2. Samir Khalil says:

    The sad part that you are the TRUE voice of TRUTH in the media jungle of lies.Yes,keep on exposing those crminals.
    I admire your ability to research and display the facts vs. fabrication ,fiction,deception and lies that we constantly observe daily in the main stream controlled media by the racist zionists and the extremest political figures who pockets millions of dollars from their zionist masters in the land of the free and the home of the brave.
    Thank the Lord for people like you and may God bless you and protect you

  3. Jim, your reporting is magnificent. I can’t envision a way out of this mess: at least the McCarthy debacle was controlled and overcome in the USA; now we have a foreign country — via the most dangerous entangling alliance — shaping and dictating policy to us directly or via its Israel-first agents salted all through the media, Congress, the Administration, and the unlimited-funded Zionist think tanks. I recommend two reads: (re “think” tanks, where only Zionist and neocon thought is welcome).
    and (re new economic sanctions on Iran levied under the avid direction of David Cohen, AsstSecTreas for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence (sic). Cohen is the third consecutive Zionist pitching for Israel right in our Treasury Department, his predcessors being Stuart Leavy and before Levy one Matthew Levitt–the “founder” of the unit circa 2002. These Zionists swing from a Zionist think tank to the Zionist-infested Treasury and then back “home” when each has done his share of official damage. I read separately today that the cumulative impact of sanctions on Iran has so isolated Iran from the world of finance/economics as to be equivalent to being hounded out of the United Nations. The Zionists are determined to lay “acts of war” such as these onto Iran until Iran lashes out, thus establishing a self-fulling-prophecy excuse to wage all-out “defensive” war on Irans land and people.)

    Then we have Congress, where the ilk of House Foreign Affairs Committee chair Ros-Lehtinen, an alarmingly loyal-to-Israel traitor to the US, wields her power in financial ways and, when she holds “hearings” on the Palestine-Israel or any Middle East dilemma, brazenly invites the like of 4 witnesses: three determined Zionists and perhaps one “Uncle Tom” Arab-American analyst to provide “balance.”

    And of course we never know if a bombing in India or Thailand may have been perpetrated as a “false flag” by the Mossad (using US passports and US $) via some direct or second- or third- or fourth-level operative in order to advance the Zionist agenda, which is currently focused on the obliteration of Iran just as Iraq was shattered after the inexorable run-up of 2002 and -3.

    It’s all enough to discourage the most cheerful and optimistic person.

  4. Fred says:

    It’s up to us, the American people, to prevent another disastrous, immoral war in the mideast, this time against Iran. It’s almost unbelievalble that we seem to be heading towards war once again.

    AIPAC, the powerful Israel Lobby, is pushing hard for this war. We need to flood our Representatives and Senators with calls, emails and letters, demanding no war on Iran. It would be wonderful to have stong Christian Leadership and activiies against the war. It is necessary to counteract those pushing for war.

    Sometimes it seems we live in a nation that has gone insane with it’s miliitary power, bullying the world, and obeying Israeli presssure, and those of its representatives in AIPAC, to unleash destruction upon our fellow humans, by launching wars.

    We have to take our nation back, be champions of human rights and justice, and be a nation that promotes peace instead of war. It’s up to all of us to do whatever we can.

  5. Roy Hayes says:

    Thanks for writing this essay, Jim, Everybody who has a computer should read it. I’m helping to circulate it.

  6. J. Martin Bailey says:

    The preceding comments are right in calling Jim Wall a true voice. He’s also a gutsy journalist who functions within that protective American complex called retirement. He can “afford” to take risks and call Israel’s multiple breaches of international law, because he can no longer be fired for embarrassing his employer.

    I also know that in addition to being an experienced journalist with a specialty in Middle East politics in general and in the racist and undemocratic actions of Israel in particular, he is a long-time reviewer of motion pictures and arts and sciences of Hollywood. It is no accident that in this post he has combined the episode of the extremist Senator Joe McCarthy’s attack on the Hollywood Ten with a more current episode of Israeli extremism. He has observed and commented on both for at least thirty years.

    I’ve known Jim Wall long enough to know him as another “most cheerful and optimistic person” whose discouragement has its roots in disillusion with administration promises by Democratic presidents as well as Republican congressional sycophants, and in the failure of several Israeli governments to live up to the dream of nation built on the vision of Hebrew prophets.

    Jim tells it like it is. Thank God for that. And he always helps me see the Middle East more clearly.

    Martin Bailey

  7. Paul Parker says:

    Great Blog, Jim, but when will you connect the dots?

    The only reason Kahder Adnan is dying in jail is because he is not Jewish. Jewish critics of Israel are accepted because Judaism is Israel’s state religion. You (and your readers) should come with me and Dr. Coffman to explore the religious diversity of I/P and to witness how the peoples of I/P adjust when there is no separation of Religion & State. Check-out our tour at

    And keep those pearls of wisdom coming!
    Paul P.

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  11. Noushin Framke says:

    To echo Martin Bailey in the comment above, why is it that on Palestine, you need to be a “retired-American” to speak truth to power? What does it say of our society that we live with black lists still? What does our constitution say about these black lists? Julien Benda, author of The Treason of Intellectuals, said that we have a choice in life: We can serve privilege and power, or we can serve justice and truth. Benda said If we commit to justice and truth but then make concessions to those who serve privilege and power, we dilute the possibilities of justice and truth… It seems to me the American Revolution also had something to say about this, to say nothing of Jesus.

  12. Brenda says:

    very fine piece, I admire your blog

    it’s interesting you mentioned “… great minds run together. I don’t know about that, but I say to you that by all things sacred, earlier in the week I was working on this post which links the McCarthy Era to Zionism.”

    not that I have a great mind, these linkages must be in the air these days, but I also have been thinking about McCarthy lately, and how he was finally brought down — wasn’t it by an Army lawyer? McCarthy finally went too far and attacked people who could fight back, the US Army? That was my understanding of the story, maybe I’m wrong.

    anyway, as a person who always looks for hope in the worst situations, I keep thinking that perhaps the US high military command can bring us back from the brink of war. Gen. Dempsey is still in Israel after letting his counterparts there, as well as elements of the Israeli gov’t, know the US will not follow Israel’s lead in a military strike against Iran. Hopefully the generals will prevail where the politicians are hamstrung. Maybe the zionists have finally met their match, we hope for the best…

  13. wallwritings says:


    Your memory is correct. On June 9, 1954, Joseph Welch was the attorney representing the Department of the Army when he uttered the now-famous phrase credited with essentially ending the political career of Senator Joe McCarthy, “have you no sense of decency, sir”?

    The context of that moment was reported in the obituary of Frederick G. Fisher, a Boston lawyer,published in the New York Times, May 27, 1989.

    Here is a part of that obituary:

    “Frederick G. Fisher, a Boston lawyer who in 1954 became a target of Senator Joseph R. McCarthy at a dramatic turning point in hearings involving the Senator and the Army, died of a heart attack Thursday in Tel Aviv, Israel. Mr. Fisher, 68 years old, was at a lecture sponsored by the Israeli bar.

    Mr. Fisher was a senior partner in the Boston firm of Hale & Dorr, which he joined shortly after his graduation from Harvard Law School. He had recently moved to Sagamore Beach, Mass., from West Newton, Mass.

    Senator McCarthy, a Wisconsin Republican, achieved wide publicity in the early 1950’s by charging that a number of public officials, military officers and prominent private citizens had Communist affiliations. The 1954 hearings before Senator McCarthy’s investigations subcommittee grew out of a dispute between the Senator and Army officials, whom Mr. McCarthy had accused of ‘coddling Fifth Amendmnent Communists.’

    A special counsel for the Army at the hearings was Joseph N. Welch, a partner in Hale & Dorr, the firm in which Mr. Fisher was an associate. In a heated exchange with Mr. Welch, Senator McCarthy charged that Mr. Fisher, briefly a member of Mr. Welch’s team of lawyers for the hearing, had been a member of the National Lawyers Guild ‘long after it had been exposed as the legal arm of the Communist Party.’

    Mr. Welch, close to tears, retorted: ‘Until this moment, Senator, I think I never really gauged your cruelty or your recklessness. Fred Fisher is starting what looks to be a brilliant career with us. I fear he shall always bear a scar, needlessly inflicted by you.’

    ‘Have you no decency, sir?’ he said, as the exchange continued.

    Mr. Fisher had told the firm when he was hired that he had been a member of the lawyers guild while at Harvard ‘and for a period of months after.’ The guild was not on the Attorney General’s list of subversive groups, but it had been cited as a ‘Communist front’ by the House Committee on Un-American Activities.”

    (Note: Youtube versions of that famous exchange between Welch and McCarthy clearly indicate that Welch said “no sense of decency” rather than simply, “no decency”. In fairness to the New York Times in 1989, the youtube versions were not yet so readily available.)

    Jim Wall

  14. Brenda says:

    thank you for giving the full story, Jim. it is more nuanced than what I had thought. you are a good journalist.

  15. wallwritings says:


    You are welcome.

    But remember, you were the one who made the Army connection.

    Welch was employed by the Secretary of the Army after the Army accused McCarthy and his chief counsel, Roy Cohn, “of improperly pressuring the Army to give favorable treatment to G. David Schine, a former aide to McCarthy and a friend of Cohn’s, who was then serving in the Army as a private” (Wikipedia). The Senate hearings followed. After too much public exposure, and his “no sense of decency” encounter with Joseph Welch, McCarthy’s power faded.

    Jim Wall

  16. Brenda says:

    ” … after the Army accused McCarthy… ”

    hmmm… now isn’t this interesting? and works very nicely into the fantasy I am presently entertaining, which is that the Army might pull the fat out of the fire for the nation once again.

    Jim, I hope you do a piece on Gen. Martin Dempsey, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs. Col. Pat Lang, who shares some of our political aspirations, is very favorably impressed with him. And Col. Lang is hard to impress.

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