In recent years, the terms “Anti-Zionism” and “Anti-Semitism” have been frequently discussed often causing confusion and heated debates. It is essential to understand that these two concepts are distinct and Anti-Zionism is not Anti-Semitism.
Anti-Zionism is a political ideology and movement that opposes the establishment and maintenance of a Jewish state in Israel on the occupation of Palestine. Those who identify as anti-Zionists do so based on a variety of reasons, including criticisms of Israeli government policies, concerns about the treatment of Palestinians, and ideological opposition to the concept of a Jewish state.
Anti-Semitism, on the other hand, is a form of prejudice and discrimination against Jewish people based on their ethnicity, religion, or cultural identityTo expose and speak against Israel War Crimes is not Anti-Semitisest. It has been observed that Israel’s Zionist regime try to get leverage on Anti-Semitism to hide its War Crimes and Genocides.