A People Exempt From Criticism

So, what are Jews? Are they a race, a religion or a nation? If they are all three, which they claim to be, then the term "anti-semitic" is unique as it is so much more than a word to describe a particular type of racism. It makes criticism of their politics and religion as politically incorrect as calling for the eradication of their race. I cannot help thinking that British friends of Israel may be overplaying their card and that the "cry wolf" response may well kick in soon. No politician should be exempt from condemnation and no national policy should be protected from criticism even if the worst crime in the history of the human race was committed against your bloodline.

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