Originally Posted by SneakerHeathen
It's not anti-semitic to acknowledge the 16,000 black asylum seekers detained in concentration camps in Israel and the subhuman conditions in which they live.
And it's not anti-semitic to acknowledge Donald Sterling's comments about "blacks in Israel, treated like dogs".
It's not anti-semitic to hold Israel accountable for their actions nor is it anti-semitic to not be in support zionism.
All the support of a Jewish state, and condemning of atrocities committed against Jews, but a blind eye turned when Jews commit atrocities. The media, largely owned by wealthy Jews does not expose the western world to these realities. We are conditioned to be apologists, conditioned to believe the billions of dollars in aid given to Israel is for a good cause. But every day I wake up and read about another drone strike that "accidentally" killed Palestinian children.
So IDK what's anti-semitic about hallywoodxo's remarks. Its true. Jewish Americans often change their names to assimilate into American society, they infiltrate the media and they drum up pro-zionism sentiment while putting out anti-Islamic propaganda.
Nobody in the media ever utters Judaism, zionism and extremism in the same sentence. But Jewish fundamentalism/extremism and terrorism do exist. Acknowledgement of such a phenomenon isn't anti-semitic.
Can a Jewish state exist without atrocities committed against Africans and Palestinians? I think so, and I think it's time America wakes up and holds all people accountable for atrocities committed in the name of religion, not just those whose pigment isn't similar to their own.
Perhaps hallywood could've been more concise when he spoke. It's not a "Jewish" thing, it's a zionist thing, it's a fundamentalist thing. Judaism is not inherently the embracing of zionism. Just like fundamentalism in Islam reaps ugly results, fundamentalism in Judaism reaps ugly results.
Before jumping to call hallywood an anti-semite or construe his commentary as anti-semitic, look at what Sterling said and realize there is a whole lot of truth to it. There is a lot of xenophobic, racist sentiment going on in Israel toward other ethnic and religious groups.