Etymological Defense of Anti-Jewish Aversions

Claiming that Anti-Judaism is reducible to its historical etymology.
Claiming that Anti-Semitism is reducible to its historical etymology.
Claiming that Anti-Zionism is reducible to its historical etymology.
Claiming that Anti-Jewish aversions are legitimate as long as not being Anti-Judaist.
Claiming that Anti-Jewish aversions are legitimate as long as not being Anti-Semitic.
Claiming that Anti-Jewish aversions are legitimate as long as not being Nazi.
Claiming that Anti-Jewish aversions are legitimate as long as not being “White.”
Claiming that Anti-Jewish aversions are legitimate as long as not being racist.
Assuming that there can be no criticism of Israeli actions beyond Anti-Zionism.
Assuming that all criticism of Israeli actions is fully reducible to Anti-Zionism.
Claiming that Anti-Jewish aversions are legitimate as long as not opposing Judaism.
Claiming that Anti-Jewish aversions are legitimate as long as not overtly taxonomic.
Assuming that all Anti-Jewish aversions are fully reducible to Anti-Judaism.
Assuming that all Anti-Jewish aversions are fully reducible to Anti-Semitism.
Assuming that all Anti-Jewish aversions are fully reducible to Nazism.
Assuming that all Anti-Jewish aversions are fully reducible to Europe.
Assuming that all Anti-Jewish aversions are fully reducible to the political right.
Assuming that all Anti-Jewish aversions are fully reducible to Christianity.
Assuming that Anti-Judaism is legitimate as long as not being Christian.
Assuming that Anti-Jewish aversions are legitimate if the J-word is left unuttered.
Assuming that aversions against Jews are legitimate as long as legally permitted.
Claiming that Anti-Jewish aversions are legitimate as long as not being rightwing.
Claiming that Anti-Jewish aversions are legitimate as long as not being European.
Claiming that Anti-Jewish aversions are legitimate as long as not being Christian.
Assuming that Anti-Jewish aversions are legitimate as long as being Muslim.
Assuming that Anti-Jewish aversions are legitimate as long as being critical of Israel.
Assuming that all criticism against Israel constitutes legitimate criticism.
Claiming that critics of Anti-Jewish defamation are opposed to all criticism of Israel.
Claiming that hostility towards Israeli Jews is not hostility towards Jews.
Claiming that hostility towards American Jews is not hostility towards Jews.
Claiming that hostility towards West Bank Jews is not hostility towards Jews.
Claiming that hostility towards Gaza Jews is not hostility towards Jews.
Claiming that hostility towards Jewish nationality is not hostility towards Jews.
Assuming that denying Jews nationality is not hostility towards Jews.
Claiming that there cannot be overlap between Anti-Semitism and Anti-Zionism.
Claiming that there cannot be overlap between criticism and prejudice against Israel.
Claiming that Anti-Jewish aversions are legitimate if directed against Israelis only.
Claiming that no criticism of Israel can be prejudicial against Jews.
Claiming that Ashkenazi Jews are “non-Semites” and hence cannot suffer Anti-Semitism.
Claiming that Ashkenazi Jews are Turkic “Khazars” and hence cannot suffer Anti-Semitism.
Claiming that Hebrew is Slavic and Israelis can therefore not suffer Anti-Semitism.
Claiming that Hebrew is Germanic and Israelis can therefore not suffer Anti-Semitism.
Claiming that Ashkenazi Jews are Nazi Germans and can therefore not suffer Anti-Semitism.
Claiming that Palestinians are Semites and can therefore not be guilty of Anti-Semitism.
Claiming that “the real Anti-Semitism” is suffered by Palestinians at the hands of Israelis.
“Palestinian aversions against Jews are legitimate because there is no Semitic race.”
Claiming that freedom of expression means that Anti-Jewish prejudice is legitimate.
Assuming that denying Jews nationality is more legitimate than negating Judaism.
Assuming that denying Jews nationality is more legitimate than racism.
“The BDS movement is not aimed at delegitimizing the Jewish nation.”
“The BDS movement is not aimed at delegitimizing Hebrew independence.”

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