There's something very wrong in the discussion about defining today's anti-Semitism when endlessly recycled, outdated and worn-out views are feted as gospel.
Even after removing the bluntly anti-Semitic phrasing of its original report, the Church of Scotland's new version has kept intact not only the delegitimization of political Zionism - but of Judaism itself.
Under Chavez, Venezuela became a source of incendiary anti-Israel rhetoric that spilled over into open hostility towards the dwindling Venezuelan Jewish community, and his successors seem likely to continue to stoke anti-Semitism as a useful political tool.
The incumbent president of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez can't subsidize his way out of his fight with terminal cancer, but that hasn't stopped him orchestrating anti-Semitic remarks aimed at his opponent, Henrique Capriles.
Blatant examples of anti-Semitic writing are easy to identify and condemn. Anti-Semitic attitudes that disguise themselves in coded language may actually present a greater danger.
Racism and anti-Semitism are rife on and off the football terraces in Ukraine and Poland, the hosts of Euro 2012. Will the tournament be a dangerous place for ethnic minority fans?
Racism and anti-Semitism are rife on and off the football terraces in Ukraine and Poland. Added to this is low public confidence in the local police forces and a lack of political readiness to acknowledge the problem. Will Euro 2012 be a dangerous places for ethnic minority fans?
U.S. universities have traditionally shed more heat than light on the question of studying prejudice, as an ongoing controversy involving the field of black studies demonstrates.
Not every Christian community in the Middle East lives with the scale of terror currently in Sudan, itbut is legitimate to ask whether this provides a glimpse of the future for Christians in the region.