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Litmus test is dangerous to Antisemites

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Submitted by De (United States), Mar 2, 2007 at 17:33

Litmus test is dangerous to Antisemites

Zionist, in today's political discourse, merely means a person that holds that the Jewish State of Israel has as much right to exist as any other country. In this context, "non-Zionist" and anti-Zionist are equivalent terms. Accordingly, if one is a "non-Zionist" or anti-Zionist, one is seized by anti-Jew animus. "Be careful folks." The trend toward legitimizing Antisemites is dangerous.

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