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Arabs are not "anti-Semitic"

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Submitted by BG Davis (United States), Jun 29, 2015 at 11:57

"How can someone claim to not be "Antisemitic", when they condemn Zionism?"

Very simple. The Arabs are Semites. The Palestinians are Semites. They remain Semites when they condemn Zionism. They may be anit-Zionist, they may be anti-Jew, but they are not anti-Semitic.

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