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this 08-28-2005 03:43 PM

US State Department Report
 
US State Department Report

http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/40258.htm


“For the purposes of this report, anti-Semitism is considered to be hatred toward Jews—individually and as a group—that can be attributed to the Jewish religion and/or ethnicity. An important issue is the distinction between legitimate criticism of policies and practices of the State of Israel, and commentary that assumes an anti-Semitic character. The demonization of Israel, or vilification of Israeli leaders, sometimes through comparisons with Nazi leaders, and through the use of Nazi symbols to caricature them, indicates an anti-Semitic bias rather than a valid criticism of policy concerning a controversial issue.


Global anti-Semitism in recent years has had four main sources:

· Traditional anti-Jewish prejudice that has pervaded Europe and some countries in other parts of the world for centuries. This includes ultra-nationalists and others who assert that the Jewish community controls governments, the media, international business, and the financial world.

· Strong anti-Israel sentiment that crosses the line between objective criticism of Israeli policies and anti-Semitism.

· Anti-Jewish sentiment expressed by some in Europe's growing Muslim population, based on longstanding antipathy toward both Israel and Jews, as well as Muslim opposition to developments in Israel and the occupied territories, and more recently in Iraq.

· Criticism of both the United States and globalization that spills over to Israel, and to Jews in general who are identified with both.


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To quote from above:

“The demonization of Israel, or vilification of Israeli leaders, sometimes through comparisons with Nazi leaders, and through the use of Nazi symbols to caricature them, indicates an anti-Semitic bias…”

Very interesting. So pointing out fascist behaviour is ‘anti-semitic’ in the USA? If people can’t use the NAZI comparison to label fascism any more, should they rely on other comparisons of evil? Will all references to evil become ‘anti-semitic’? This kind of thought perversion is Commie/ Gramscian mind play. This is a pandemic.

The rule to be learned of course is that you can't criticize anything Jewish, even if it's killing you. Remarkable.


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