Many boycott supporters do, in fact, deny peoplehood and a state to the Jewish people. It is fundamental to many of them that Jews are merely a religious community to be accorded the same rights (or lack of rights) as other minority religious communities. And often they do that because that way they get to screw Jews without being labeled anti-semites. Their univesalism is applied only to Jews; the Palestinian people and the Palestinian state can be as particularistic and as exclusionary as they please, and they do not bat an eyelash. Bibi's statement about anti-Semitism are broad and flawed, but Iscawitz ignores the elephant in the room, and that is no less flawed. Maybe it's even more flawed than Bibi's approach.
Riot police line up as fresh migrant protests erupt at Budapest railway station (Reuters)
from the article: Bibi has turned me into an 'anti-Semite'