This is an interesting read, an essay from one of the speakers at a discussion of the movement to divest/boycott/sanction Israel over the issue of what the movement's supporters' refer to as the Israeli occupation of the Palestinians.
I know it's impossible to discuss this on this board without degenerating into mud slinging, but I found the author's ideas on what constitutes anti-Semitism in this case very thought provoking.
Are there legitimate Palestinian political rights?
Is any comment that questions the necessity of Israel remaining a large-majority Jewish population anti-Semitic on its face?
How can the question of a two-state solution be reconciled with what seems to be a dedication to maintaining what amounts to a religious state in Israel?
How is a Jewish theocracy different from a Muslim theocracy (other than the democratic nature of the current Jewish state)?
How long can a nation committed to maintaining a majority religion continue as a democracy?