"israel's policy is to ignore j-street." "hannah rosenthal should concentrate on her mission which is to combat antisemitism, not to create more of it." (CJK) Has an US official the right to criticise an Israeli ambassador's conduct? That is open to discussion. What is totally senseless is to claim that criticizing the current Israeli leadership's policy creates "more antisemitism". The Israeli opposition is doing it all the time. Was Netanyahu, when opposed to Sharon's policy, creating more antisemitism? Is the Yesha Council today creating more of it? You have obviously no idea of what antisemitism is all about.
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