Lets just face facts: a number of people (and one particular minority of the UK population almost entirely) believe allowing Jews to have their own country on land formerly conquered by Jihad in the name of Islam is a “mistake” that must be reversed.
Those who hold this position try, euphemistically, to call this “anti-Zionism”. However they don’t give a DAMN about any other indigenous people who have a chance of getting their land back, they only care about Jews reversing Jihad. The salient points are “Jews” and Islamic Jihadi conquests. Jews rejected and continue to reject Islam. And not only have they survived, finally in 1948 they turned around and fought back out from under the yoke of dhimmitudinal slavery.
And that is why all of this modern “anti-Zionsim” is Jew hatred.
This as we find yet more evidence of the deep seated hatred of the world’s only Jewish country by Naz Shah. And we have Robert Mackey writing:
When the debate is unpacked, however, it becomes clear that what’s at stake is something much broader: whether critics of Israel, who question its government’s policies or its right to exist as a Jewish state, are engaged in a form of coded anti-Semitism.
So it seems Robert Mackey is worried that his “right” to question the existence of the Jewish State might get him into trouble.
Questioning the right of Jews to reclaim their self-determination in a tiny part of their original indigenous lands from imperial invaders while at the same time claiming to be “anti-imperialist” is nothing but Jew hatred.
One minor caveat, almost to minor too mention (but I put it here for the pedants). There are a vanishingly small number of Jews who object to a Jewish Israel because they don’t think Jews are worthy enough yet (i.e. observant of all the laws). That is such a side issue to the Jew hating sort of anti-Zionism that anyone who brings that up is practicing a monumental deception or is an utter idiot.