What does the situation in Lebanon have to do with Israel's overuse of a word? I'll discuss the history of the Jews and Christians of Lebanon when it comes up but today, this is about Israel's running of a word into the ground. In the long run, maybe this will be a good thing and Jews would go back to calling hate for Jews by its more simple term of "Jew-hating" to bring back its much needed and important value and effect. The other word being currently used is for show business and Jew-haters should be called by the proper term of "Jew-haters" to put the vile practice under the spotlight. I was criticizing the misuse of the word. It's a fact that Jew-hating is on the rise and it should be called by that name.
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