I read ur observations and concur that ur anti-Israelism tends to be more or less documented and even rational.This note regarding antisemitism is also reasonably formulated and appears almost correct. U'd think and , so would others , that ur point is well taken- criticism of Israeli politics = not antisemitism. But u r wrong nonetheless. The real point is: CONSISTENT AND INSISTENT criticism of Israeli policies stated in the context of issues touching on the emotions of Jewish survivability R INDEED ANTISEMITISM. U dont want to face that. U think that because ur argument is somewhat reasonable or logical it MEETS EVERY test of feasisability in the context of political realism and the fight for Jewish survival that Zionism inlarge measure represents. If u dont want to accused of antisemitism subject ur reasoning to 2 more requirements: If ur alternate policy was implemented would it help Jewish independence in the ME? And what degree of certainty will u asign to ur prognostication.
from the article: EU to give e15 million to college run by allegedly anti-Semitic priest