from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who seeks by political or other means to lessen the commercial, political, or social influence of the Jews.
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- adj. discriminatory especially on the basis of race or religion
- n. someone who hates and would persecute Jews
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Cue an ‘anti-semite’ vote down for Terry in 3,2,1 ….
Anyone who does not agree with Netanyahu will be branded an anti-semite who sides with terrorists.
I think Mel Gibson should have called a producers' meeting after The Passion of the Christ, once he was rumored to be an anti-semite, then had a press conference about it.
And I will be called an anti-semite by those same people again in two years, when Israel engages in yet another futile round of bloodletting.
I got called an anti-semite for saying it would turn out this way by some of the same people who called me an anti-semite for saying the same thing about the 2006 attack on Hezbollah in Lebanon.
Arab lives are clearly treated as less valuable than Israeli ones and anyone who points this out is an anti-semite.
Aaron David Miller is a notorious anti-semite veteran of US policy toward the Israeli-Arab conflict, with over 25 years of service in the field.
For the worst president in the history of this country who single handedly led us into a war in Iraq we didn't need to wage, watered down the constitution for his political whims and left the country in the worst economic shape since the great depression to say Obama is clueless is like Hitler calling FDR an anti-semite.
As I pointed out above, asking questions is the mark of the true anti-semite. joe from Lowell Says:
Also obliviousness to sarcasm — that gives away the raging anti-semite, every time. onceler Says:
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