Yes, particularly lately with President Obama's statements and actions
Yes, but so are many other people - it is not unique to Democrats
Yes, but in effect and not deliberately so.
Some are, but most are not.
No, attitudes against Israel is not anti-Semitic
No country should be allowed to have an official religion/ethnicity like Israel does
The world would be a better place without a Jewish country
Virtually no Democrats are anti-Semitic
Palestinians need a voice in USA politics so Democrats should advocate for them
You posted that Israel is responsible for wars in the ME. I asked which ones. You refuse to answer.
You said Israel is conspiring to drive up oil prices - though gave no reason why Israel would do that as that hurts Israel and helps Muslim oil producers.
You also said Israel "insulted" your country by working with Republicans.
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But to answer your question about after the two state solution: In 2002 the Arab League unanimously endorsed by all countries in the Arab League a peace proposal/plan. It calls for the upholding of UNSCR242 and UNSCR338 in return for fully normalized relations with the whole Arab world.... This plan has been endorsed every year by the Arab League.
Yes it has. Israeli views on the peace process - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaIsrael has never changed it's position.
Again, having political disagreements over policies is not anti-semitism.So why the partisan shift?
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Thing is nobody can really point to anything Obama has said or done that's antisemitic that isn't in realty little more than a criticism of the actions of the right wing Israeli government, as few criticisms as he actually has in his history.
It would be equally absurd to say someone hates America or Americans if they don't like some of Obama's policies.
2. being critical of some Israeli policies is not being anti-semetic (at least not automatically).
3. Not supporting the policies of Bibi Netanyahu or applauding him like the actual president of the USA when he visits the senate (didn't hear democrats though shout out things like "liar" or comments to that effect) is not being anti-Israel last time I checked.
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Law of Return - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Since 1950, 2,734,245 Jews have immigrated to Israel. Hundreds of thousands of non-Jews have received Israeli citizenship, as the law confers citizenship to all offspring of a Jew (including grandchildren).
A democrat claimed cops are ISIS.Does that make all democrats wackos?2. Declaring all problems in the Middle East are caused by the existence of Israel, the way Hitler claimed Jews were responsible for Germany's problems.
3. Endlessly claiming there are vast conspiracies by Jews of Israel including conspiratorial secret influences of the USA government, again parroting the claim Hitler made.
Israel is also the ancestral home of non-jews.6. Never, under any circumstance, mentioning that Israel is the ancestral nation of Jews and that they were disposed of their country -
If all Americans went to different parts of the world and started taking land that their ancestors lived on wouldn't they be invaders? Using your logic someone who has ancestors from Asia,Europe and Africa are entitled to take land from those places. The ancestral home argument is a load of horse crap.to instead always only portray Jews as foreign invaders who stole their country from Muslims.
These things have nothing to do with how the Israelis are treating the Palestinians. Nor is mentioning these unrelated things antisemtic. Its like saying because someone stole five bucks from my Grandfather, mistreated my great great great great grandmother or threw a rock at a christian in some other part of the world that somehow entitles me to steal your tv and treat you like crap.5. Discounting multiple past invasions by surrounding Muslim countries and vows to this day such as by Iran to totally destroy and kill all Jews in Israel.
7. Never mentioning the oppression, discrimination, bigotry and murder against Jews not only in the M.E. but around the world including in Europe - and that Israel is the ONLY country with an open-door policy towards Jews.
8. Never mentioning the many centuries of atrocities against Jews around the world.
that has nothing to with antisemitism.9. Despite the current Prime Minister being elected by a majority, to insist as fact that he does not represent the views of Jews in Israel.
Going against a country's views or actions does not make one anti-Semitic.
I only see such views coming from Democrats and so-called liberals. Are many Democrats - whether deliberate or inadvertent - anti-Semitic?
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No. I love bashing Libs as much as the next guy, but I don't think it's fair to label them anti semitic any more than it's fair to label a all southerners or all conservatives "racists."
if disliking Israel is racist, then disliking the university of Kentucky's basketball team is racist.