David Frum, an ardent Zionist, is a Canadian-American political commentator who is currently a senior editor at The Atlantic as well as an MSNBC contributor. He was a speechwriter for former US President George W. Bush and served on the board of directors of the Republican Jewish Coalition and the British right-wing think tank Policy Exchange.1
Person who coined the “Axis of Evil”
David Frum is one of the Zionist neocon Jews who advocated and justified the US invasion to Iraq. He also coined the term “Axis of Evil” describing fundamentalist Muslim countries and political groups. George W. Bush was the first notable person who used the term.2
Pushing the Bush Administration to War
Frum, along with another Zionist lobbyist, Richard Perle, wrote a book titled “An End to Evil: How to Win the War on Terror” calling for abandoning the Palestine-Israel peace process, invading Syria and implementing strict domestic surveillance in the US. Frum was a member of the US neoconservative American Enterprise Institute at the time. Frum believed that even the hawkish Bush administration was not doing enough to assist the Israeli occupation of Palestine due to what he called Washington’s appeasement of Arab oil states.3
Frum has sought to use his influence in mainstream American media to advance Zionist talking points. In one notable occasion as an editor in the Atlantic during the 2014 Israeli onslaught against Gaza, Frum labeled a photo of a young Palestinian drowned in her father’s blood as being fake, trying to dismiss any indication of Israeli crimes against Palestinians. Frum apologized after its authenticity was proved.