With the vast majority of the diaspora supporting Israel's policies, it is not surprising that they are serving as proxies for anti-Israeli sentiment. That is not to deny that anti-semitism exists, but given the frustration of the many, and the inability to force Israel to change its ways, I think it's fair to say most of the current 'anti-semitism' is really anti-Israel. It is unlikely to go away, in fact, will likely increase until Israel changes its policies and the Palestinians have a state.
Palestinians report IDF airstrikes on Islamic Jihad targets in southern Gaza Strip (Haaretz)
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