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Discussion in 'Politics' started by freedom's cause, Nov 10, 2005.
Baloney. I've seen it, heard it time and time again from self-declared Christians. I've met plenty of intolerant Moslems, no kidding, but they have no monopoly on antisemitism.
Most Arabs are semite as well. Are you an anti-semite?
Who me? Not really.
Oddly, most the Moslems I've met (Bangladeshi) have not been overly fond of Arabs.
I guess it depends on what one calls antisemitism. When a Muslim is quoted as saying "Judaism is a false religion and should be denounced" he is said to be an antisemite. When a Christian says it, he will be said to be spreading the Gospel.
The term "anti-semite" has historically referred to Jews. And, without reading the above OP, it is true that the goal of "radical" Islam is to eliminate all Jews and Christians and other infidels from the face of the planet.