It's critical to insist that legitimate, stringent criticism of Israel's actions in Gaza is not equivalent to anti-Semitism, or even anti-Zionism. But, of course, it can be and in many cases in Europe, and, I'm ashamed to say, in Britain, it is.

Jeff Weintraub finds a classic example.

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