It is very difficult to discuss issues like this, because what is at stake is not only the anti Semitism, but the handling of the issue of anti Semitism to ward off political criticism to the State of Israel. It is very difficult to discuss this issue even here in Haaretz, without being censored by moderators. Any view which deviates an inch from the strict interpretation of what is permissible is censored, even though it is clear that aims to discuss what is anti Semitism and what is not. It seems that any criticism of criteria about what is anti Semitism should also be seen as anti Semitism. It seems that you are only allowed to do this if you were a Haaretz's journalist.
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