I did not understand the sentence "The operation in Gaza caused it, which is de facto anti-Semitism." Are you saying the reaction to the flattening of Gaza by Israel was anti-Semitic in nature? I would say that was the normal human reaction to seeing a force armed with tanks, attack helicopters, drones, satellite imaging, smart bombs, cluster munitions, white phosphorous etc. roll over a densely crowded environment where civilian casualties would be unavoidable. I react that same way to America's bullying. Not to say Israel does not have the right to defend itself, but perhaps a little more measured application of force in such a crowded area would be appropriate in the future.
U.S., China, Afghanistan and Pakistan launch new round of Afghan peace talks (AP)
from the article: Is Israel the best place for Jews to live?
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