Antisemitism vs Anti-Semitism

What’s the difference between ‘Antisemitism’ and ‘Anti-Semitism’? The Berlin-born Jewish professor Shmuel Almog (Hebrew University, Jerusalem), has claimed that the term with hyphen and without it has different meanings. The term ‘Antisemitism’ was coined by Wilhelm Marr in the 1870s. It was applied to European Christians who hated Jews. However, when it’s written with hyphen ‘Anti-Semitism’ – it means hatred toward Semite people who are found in far greater numbers among Arab Muslims and Christians than the entire world Jewry.

Incidently, professor Rabbi Dan Cohn-Sherbok (University of Wales) who has authored three books on Jew-hatred (The Crucified Jew: Twenty Centuries of Christian Antisemitism and Antisemitism: A History and The Paradox of Antisemitism) has always the term without hyphen.

The ‘Zionism On The Web’ site says: “Anti-Semitism or Antisemitism. It’s all hatred of Jews, Jews hate, the oldest hate in the world“. Then it explains that dislike of Judaism, or denial of the Zionist narrative of Jewish holocaust, or criticism of the state of Israel, or even pointing out a criminal being Jewish – is an old-fashioned Jews hate.

In good-old days, in Europe antisemites were those who hated Jews among their countries. These days, antisemites are those whom Jews hate, all over the world. Take for example, how Maureen Dowd, the long-time New York Times columnist was hounded by Zionist goons for her anti-GOP column ‘Neocons Slither Back’. Jeffrey Goldberg (a former jailor at Israel’s largest concentration camp for Palestinian political activists and follower of Jewish terrorist Rabbi Meir Kahane, the founder of the Jewish Defence League (JDL), which is designated as a terrorist organization by the FBI), called her antisemite for criticizing Dan Senor, the Jew advisor to GOP vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan. Jonathan Tobin at Jewish Commentary magazine called Maureen’s column “creepy”.

M.J.Rosenberg, a well-known Jew columnist defended Maureen by saying that those who accuse her of antisemitism – are themselves antisemites. “In the column she suggests, actually she more than suggests that these neocons are largely motivated by their support for Binyamin Netanyahu and his policies. She never uses the words “Jewish” or “Jew” or, uh, the crucifixion of Jesus!,” wrote Rosenberg. Don’t you love the Zionist-Jew cock-fighting!

Now, allow me to describe several beliefs which will make you ‘antisemite’ in the eyes of Israel Lobby.

1. Anti-Judaism: It’s based on the religious teachings of Talmud and the Bible. They both teaches their followers to be superior than the rest of the humanity. Jews believe in the superiority of their race over the non-Jews while Christians believe Jews killed their Lord Christ. Holy Qur’an, on the other hand, call their beliefs against the teachings of Moses, Jesus and the historical facts.

2. Anti-Semitism: It cannot be applied to someone who hates Jews for his personal reasons – as the great majority of Jews (Ashkenazi) are not of Smite tribes while most of Arabs are Semites. They’re from Asiatic Khazarian Turkish tribe who converted to Judaism during 8th-10th centuries. Read the details here.

3. Antisemitism: It’s centuries old fear of Jewish race based on religious and cultural reasons. During Europe’s Dark Age, the very existence of Jewish communities was considered as a threat of annihiliation of the White race: “exterminate them or be destroyed ourselves”. A recent post, entitled ‘Jews Against Human’, on J.B. Campell’s blog is a good example of ‘antisemitism’.

These days, however, both terms have been confused with each other by the Zionist mafia to protect the Zionist entity. Former Israeli cabinet minister Shulamit Aloni, in an interview with Amy Goodman of ‘Democracy Now!‘ had admitted that both anti-Semitism and the Holocaust-denial have become the best tools to shut criticism of Israeli actions. Watch the video below.

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