This thread has arisen out of the closed thread in News/ Current Affairs, wherein it was claimed that, because the Anglican Church had withdrawn funding from certain Israeli charities which turned out to have links to companies participating in the illegal destruction of Palestinians' homes, that the Church was somehow being anti-Semitic. I fail to see the connection and would like someone to try to explain it to me. Perhaps they would also like to explain how the organisation Jews for Justice for Palestinians are anti-Semitic? They oppose Israeli policies that undermine the livelihoods, human, civil and political rights of the Palestinian people. What about Rabbis for Human Rights, are they anti-semitic, too? Amongst other things,Rabbis for Human Rights "works to prevent demolitions through education, lobbying, legal appeal, publicity, protest and, as a last resort, civil disobedience. RHR also protests the policy of home demolitions by helping to rebuild destroyed homes, and to ensure the rights of the cave dwellers in the hills north of Arad. With this project, RHR seeks to ensure equality under the law and to prevent the suffering, financial loss, and hatred that result from administrative home demolitions. There is also the Israeli Committee Against House Demolition.