Unfortunately anti semitism is defined in too many ways - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Terry
    • 25.02.14 | 10:16 (IST)

    if would be interesting to know what these emails say, and if they come to this conclusion because of anti Israeli criticism. Israeli defenders have blurred the definition, and Israelis policies are worthy of criticism. What Israel does might affect Jews all over the world.

    from the article: Study: In Germany, anti-Semitic hate mail doesn’t come from far-right
    First published 09:19 25.02.14 | Last updated 09:19 25.02.14
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