You can be anti-Israel, but don’t be anti-Jews

Robin Low
3 min readJan 12, 2024

Antisemitism is a form of prejudice, discrimination, or hostility directed against Jews as a religious, ethnic, or cultural group. It has a long history and has manifested in various ways, ranging from verbal abuse and social exclusion to violence, persecution, and genocide.

Antisemitic beliefs and actions can be based on stereotypes, conspiracy theories, religious intolerance, or historical prejudices. Throughout history, antisemitism has taken different forms, such as religious antisemitism in medieval Europe, racial antisemitism during the Nazi…

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Robin Low

Author, Traveler, Innovator. Focuses on Social Impact and Innovation.